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Burgoyne ‘Looking Forward’ To Loan Challenge

Burgoyne ‘Looking Forward’ To Loan Challenge

Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Harry Burgoyne has joined National League North side Lowestoft Town a month’s loan.

Burgoyne who has been with Wolves since the age of 12, completed his apprenticeship in the summer.

He has been widely tipped for a bright future and signed a two-year professional deal at Molineux earlier this year.

Burgoyne will continue to train at the Wolves academy during the week but will play for the Suffolk side on match-days.

He said: “I see going on loan to Lowestoft as a really positive move. I’m looking forward to the challenge.”

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