Burgoyne Hoping To Help Corby

By: Steve Sutcliffe |
13/11/15 |

Picture courtesy of Refuel Performance Management

Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Harry Burgoyne has joined Vanarama National League North side Corby Town on a 28-day youth loan.

Academy starlet, Burgoyne is expected to go straight into the Corby squad that faces Boston United tomorrow.

The 18-year-old enjoyed a loan spell at Lowestoft Town earlier this term and is hoping that this move is also mutually beneficial.

“I am really looking forward to the opportunity of representing Corby over the course of the next month or so, and playing my part in helping them to push their way back up the National League table,” Burgoyne said.

“For me personally, it’s been a great start to the 2015/6 season. I enjoyed my time at Lowestoft and gave a good account of myself during Wolves’ last four Under 21 fixtures, so I am relishing the opportunity to kick-on while at Corby. It will also be great to work under Tommy (Wright) and his management team, and to get to know the players.

“When I return to Wolves from my loan-spell, it would be nice to think that I have made a difference, and to see Corby climb their way up the league. Success is of course what you make of it, and what you’re prepared to give to make it happen,” added Burgoyne.

As part of the arrangement between the clubs, the 6 foot 5 inch keeper will continue to train with Wolves during the week, but be able for selection for The Steelman on match-days.