HARRISON Bruton has been confirmed as Weymouth's 12th summer signing on a one-year deal subject to FA and league approval.

Bruton, 19, is yet to make a senior appearance for the Terras but was a regular in the under-23s last season.

However, the promising young goalkeeper has a handful of appearances for Bridport, Shaftesbury and Merley to his name.

And Bruton expressed his excitement at being part of Weymouth's rebuilding project.

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Speaking to the club's official website, Bruton said: "I’m really looking forward to what the season holds. It’s a pleasure to spend another year at my home-town club.

"I feel the club is moving in a really positive direction and I’m glad to be a part of that. Looking forward to seeing all the fans at the Bob Lucas Stadium in a few weeks' time.”

Boss David Oldfield urged Bruton to continue his upward trajectory.

He said: "Harrison has been with us regularly last season and during pre-season. He has earned a contract with an outstanding attitude and work ethic.

"He is a young player who has come through the lower age groups at the club and demonstrates the pathway we are trying to achieve.

"Harrison needs to train hard, gain match experience and continue to flourish in the group.”

Bruton joins Nathan Carlyle, Dan Matsuzaka, Harry Kyprianou, Jack Seddon, Brad Ash, Cameron Murray, Luke Nippard, Tom Blair, Tom Bearwish, Ahkeem Rose and Xander McBurnie in committing for the 2022/23 season.