Lincoln City have signed Huddersfield Town youngster Adam Porritt on work experience until the end of the season.
The 18 year-old will be available for City’s last seven games of the National League campaign and could be in their squad for today’s match against Tranmere Rovers.
Porritt, has been training with the Imps for the last few weeks and could be tested by Chris Moyses as the Lincoln City manager begins to prepare for next season; after their 2-1 defeat to Kidderminster Harriers last weekend all but ended their promotion hopes.
At Huddersfield Town, he is currently a second year scholar, which is why he has joined Lincoln City on work experience rather than a youth loan deal.
The loan window slammed shut yesterday at 5pm, however, the Imps would still have been able to sign Porritt because he isn’t on a professional deal at the ‘Yorkshire Club’.
The youngster joined Huddersfield Town at Under-13 level from junior side Howden and made his Under-18s debut in the 2014/15 season.
The versatile full-back, who can also operate in midfield, will take the number 25 shirt for the Imps.
Speaking in yesterday’s press conference Chris Moyses said: “We’ve got a lad coming in from Huddersfield until the end of the season, so we will be able to have a look at him.”