Northampton Town have signed goalkeeper Louie Moulden on loan from Wolves for the rest of the season.
22 year old Moulden, who is an England youth international, has enjoyed a very successful first half of the season on loan at Rochdale, playing 28 times, keeping six clean sheets and claiming a remarkable five assists.
He previously spent time on loan with Solihull, playing seventeen times and has previously appeared for Wolves under 21s in the EFL Trophy.
Moulden is a former Liverpool and Manchester City trainee, who joined Wolves in the summer of 2021, before signing for Ebbsfleet United on loan, helping his temporary club to the National League South play-off final, before making the step up in level to Solihull last season.
"Louie is a talented young goalkeeper who has performed very well during the first half of this season at Rochdale," said manager Jon Brady.
"We have been watching his progress closely and we are delighted we have been able to bring him in.
"We have a good reputation in the game for both developing young players and developing goalkeepers and that has helped us here.
"He has a decent amount of experience under his belt and we feel he is ideal for us to bring in to the squad at this time.
"He will support and challenge Lee Burge and we want to have that competition. His arrival also means we can release James Dadge back out on work experience and that will be good for his development.
"His career is on an upward trajectory and we are delighted to welcome him to Sixfields."