Harrogate Town have secured the services of central midfielder Liam Agnew from Boston United.
The 21-year-old spent his youth career at Sunderland, where he Captained the Black Cats’ Under-21 side to second and third place finishes.
Following a successful loan spell with Boston, Agnew made his move to The Pilgrims permanent at the start of the season and was soon named Captain, before Town’s approach became the perfect fit for the midfielder’s ambitions.
Speaking about his move to The CNG Stadium for the first time, Agnew said: “First and foremost, I have come to Harrogate to win! We are only a few points off the play-offs and it is a real ambition for us to go up.
“Harrogate seemed like the perfect fit for me with the ambitions of the club to go full time, how they play and how many days the team train.
“I am confident Harrogate can move up the leagues; they have got a great set up from what I have seen and it is all looking positive at the moment.”
Town’s newest recruit has recently resumed training following an injury at Boston earlier in the season, and will be involved in the squad for the first time over the next few weeks.