Another Tall-Standin at Crown Meadow

Highly-Rated Wolverhampton Wanderers’ under-21 goalkeeper Harry Burgoyne has extended...

....his loan stay with Vanarama National League North club Lowestoft Town.

Burgoyne, 18, agreed a one-month extension to his loan period with the Trawlerboys side prior to the trip to Harrogate Town on Saturday.

Retaining the 6`5” Wolves’ shot-stopper will undoubtedly come as welcome news to the Trawerboys’ faithful, who have already seen Burgoyne pick-up two man-of-the-match awards in just five outings.

In response to extending his stay at Crown Meadow, Burgoyne said: “I have enjoyed working with Ady Gallagher along with his management team and the players at Lowestoft, so when the opportunity came about to extend my loan it didn’t require much persuasion.

“While I knew that going out on loan was never going to be a walk in the park at Lowestoft, I was obviously keen to give a good account of myself.

“As a young goalkeeper, you can’t beat playing first-team football to help you to push on with your career. I’m grateful, therefore, that Ady has given me that opportunity; and while some results have narrowly gone against us, I can see that Ady has the nucleus of a very good side, which feels great to be part of.

“Moving forward, I hope that we can return to winning ways against Hadleigh United in the Suffolk Premier Cup on Tuesday, and again against Tamworth on Saturday,” added Burgoyne.

Prior to arriving at Crown Meadow, the Wolves’ man signed a two-year professional contract with the Sky Bet Championship League club. Since then, Burgoyne has received the plaudits from his peers and coaching staff in both the West Midlands and Suffolk alike.

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