SOLIHULL Moors striker Kyle Hudlin has joined Sky Bet Championship side Huddersfield Town after turning down a new deal at the club.
The 22-year-old departs Moors having scored 16 goals in 69 appearances since his arrival from step seven in October 2020.
And Hudlin was on target in his final appearance for the club after netting in Moors Promotion Final defeat to Grimsby Town at London Stadium in June.
Technical Director, Craig Cope, said: “Kyle embarks on this new and exciting stage of his career with our very best wishes. We are proud to have played such a crucial part in Kyle’s development over the past two seasons.
“Huddersfield Town have a proven record of recruiting players from our level and taking their careers to the next level. We sincerely hope Kyle flourishes in his new surroundings.”
The 6ft 9in striker scored his first professional goal whilst with Moors when he struck against Morecambe in the FA Cup in November 2020.
Hudlin netted five goals in the National League last season having top scored for the club with 11 the previous camapign.
Solihull have reached an agreement with Huddersfield regarding compensation, as the player is under the age of 24.
And Hudlin follows in the footsteps of Jake Beesley, Cameron Coxe and James Ball in achieving moves to the EFL from Moors in recent seasons.
The club would like to wish Hudlin all the very best in the next chapter of his career and thank him for his efforts.