Morgan Bacon, who left Kendal Town earlier this month, has joined Wythenshawe Town of the NW Counties.
Bacon had been described as the best goalkeeper in the NPL West Division after a series of stand-out performances for the Cumbrians.
The 23-year-old Bury-born keeper had been a young pro at Carlisle United and spent loan spells with Penrith, Shaw Lane and Kendal before being released by the League Two club. He spent time with Stafford Rangers before signing for Kendal in September 2019.
Manager Chris Humphrey said: “Morgan was a very good goalkeeper for us and we wish him all the best for his future career.”
Bacon joins a Wythenshawe side that is currently second top of the NW Counties Premier Division and are an ambitious club looking to move up the football pyramid.
He joins with Town three points behind leaders Macclesfield Town and with a big game coming up at fourth placed Skelmersdale today.