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Former Ipswich Town youngster signs on loan for King's Lynn Town from National League Chesterfield

King's Lynn Town have completed the loan signing of striker Harley Curtis.

Curtis arrives at The Walks on a one-month deal from National League Chesterfield.

Linnets boss Adam Lakeland said: “It’s pleasing to get Harley over the line finally. He’s someone we have been hoping to get into the group for a few weeks now, so it’s great to have him in and to work with him.”

King's Lynn Town manager Adam Lakeland with new signing Harley Curtis.
King's Lynn Town manager Adam Lakeland with new signing Harley Curtis.

“He’s got ability, pace and can score, so I’m sure he’ll give us something different and I look forward to working with him.”

Forward Curtis, 21, had been on trial with the Spireites during the summer and impressed enough to seal a one-year deal at the National League outfit.

He was recommended to Chesterfield boss Paul Cook by Ipswich Town icon Kieron Dyer, now one of the former Ipswich manager's coaches in Derbyshire.

Curtis has also played at Ipswich U23s, counting current Linnet Tommy Hughes among his teammates, and is regarded as a real livewire up front.

The youngster scored on his first start for the Spireites this season, netting against Southport in the FA Trophy.

The Linnets will be looking to bounce back to winning ways when Darlington visit The Walks in a huge game towards the bottom of the National League North table on Saturday.

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