Due to injuries to both Shwan Jalal and Chris Dunn during last weekend’s visit to North Ferriby United, Wrexham manager Dean Keates has moved to secure the services of Huddersfield Town’s Luke Coddington.

The 21 year-old goalkeeper joined the Terriers as a free agent in July 2016, putting put pen to paper on a one-year contract.

The young custodian made the move at the expiry of his contract at hometown club Middlesbrough, where he had played since the age of nine, and teamed up with Frankie Bunn’s Under-21 squad at Huddersfield.

Luke, who has been capped by England up to Under-19 level, played a game for Town’s Under-21 side as a trialist last season in the PDL2 North, convincing the Championship to take him on board..

He has previously gained first team experience through loan spells at Guisborough Town in February 2014 and Spennymoor Town in February 2015.

The young keeper will sign for a month, taking him passed the FA Trophy first round date.

International Clearance has been granted and his registered with the National League, so is available for tomorrow’s game against Braintree Town.

Source: www.wrexhamafc.co.uk

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