I would push for a PSMA PET scan, but like Barry says, the sooner you do it, the less chance there is of finding it, and ideally you want to do it before starting on hormone therapy, as that also reduces the chances of the scan finding it. On the other hand with G9, you don't want to hang around too long without treatment, as the chance of a curative treatment (if that's available at all) will reduce over time. It's a balancing act.
If a scan shows the growth is in a small number of lymph nodes outside of the previous treatment area, then you might be able to have Cyberknife or other highly directed radiotherapy treatment, without exceeding max lifetime RT dose in any area.
In normal times, I might suggest referral to Mount Vernon if your hospital doesn't have those facilities, because Mount Vernon do PSMA PET scans and Cyberknife on the NHS. Newer PSMA scans can work down to a PSA of 0.2, but 0.5 is the usual minimum, although it's a chance thing. For a standard Choline PET scan, they'll probably want you to have a PSA nearer 2 to have a reasonable chance of finding where it is. I have no idea what's happening at Mount Vernon during COVID-19 though.