The one-time Norwich City Academy player has been training with Charlton in the hope of securing a loan move during Major League Soccer’s close season in America. However, his plans have remained on hold this month while the Addicks have been the subject of the takeover by by Belgian businessman Roland Duchatelet.
Dwyer, who spent his teenage years living in King’s Lynn,has confirmed he is hoping to complete a deal. Other outfits are rumoured to be keen on bringing the Sporting Kansas City star across the Atlantic for the next couple of months, but the 23-year-old, who admitted he has already enjoyed his time with the Addicks, has his heart set on joining them.
Dwyer is thought to have impressed Powell this winter after becoming a huge hit Stateside since taking up a soccer scholarship at Texas’ Tyler Junior College in 2009. His profile reached new levels last year when he capped a memorable season by lifting the MLS Cup with KC in December.
That success came off the back of the hitman’s loan spell at third tier Orlando City where he bagged 15 goals in 13 games to help his temporary club win the USL Pro championship.