NEW signing Andy Wycherley hopes to stake his claim to the number one shirt at Solihull Moors after joining from National League North side AFC Telford United.
The 21-year-old custodian notably kept out an Adi Yussuf penalty to deny Moors a place in the FA Trophy semi-finals in a 2-1 defeat in February last year, but has now put pen-to-paper on a deal until the end of the season to aid Solihull’s promotion charge.
But after falling out of favour at the New Bucks Head outfit, Wycherley spent loan spells at Southern League Premier Central sides Barwell and Hednesford Town this season.
Upon completing his move, Wycherley said: “I’m buzzing to sign, it’s a fantastic opportunity to compete in this environment.
“Solihull Moors are a club going in a great direction and there are plans of where they want to be – I would love to be a part of that.
“My initial aims are to prove myself in training and challenge Ryan Boot for his place.”
Wycherley will be available for Moors’ home clash with Boreham Wood on Saturday (3pm).