Wycombe announced the signing of 19-year-old goalkeeper Curtis Anderson on September 2, revealing he had he joined on a one-year-deal with the club.

He has been at Blackpool and Manchester City, but who is this young goalkeeper who is now at Adams Park?

At the age of the 11, the Barrow-born keeper left the Tangerines to join City for £15,000 in 2012.

He spent seven years at the Etihad, in which time he failed to make a first team debut, but he managed to catch the eye of the England youth set-up.

He gained three caps for the Under-16s, but it was with the Under-17s that he really broke through.

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In 2017, he was UEFA European Under-17 Championship runner up but it was not until October that his big moment arrived.

He played all but one of the matches in the FIFA Under-17 World Cup in India, keeping two clean sheets and scoring a penalty in a shootout against Japan.

Steve Cooper’s side beat Spain 5-2 in the final, with goals from Premier League players Phil Foden, Rhian Brewster, Morgan Gibbs-White and Marc Guehi.

He finished with 12 caps for the Under 17s, before going on to make an appearance for the Under 18s and 3 more for the Under 19s.

Following the tournament win Anderson had plenty of admirers in both the UK and abroad.

Yet to make his first-team debut, he looked for opportunities, and despite interest from nearby sides such as Preston North End and Blackburn Rovers, he settled upon a move to American second tier side Charlotte Independence.

It started well, including a place in the Team of the Week early in his American journey.

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It did not quite work out the way he planned though, making just 10 appearances before a change of manager saw his opportunities limited.

Well, although it did not quite work out as planned, following almost of year of being a free agent, he has found his new home in Buckinghamshire.

With the likes Ryan Allsop and Cameron Yates in the goalkeeping ranks, he will have to work hard for his place, but no doubt he will be given chances, it will be up to him to take them.