Watch: Getting to know Will Norris
Town are set to add Wolves keeper Will Norris to their squad today on a season long loan deal.
Watford-born Norris started his career in non-league with the likes of Northwood, Hatfield and Royston before joining Cambridge United in 2012.
After spells back on loan with Royston, Norris, couple of loan spells back at Royston before making his U’s breakthrough at the start of 2014. Norris made 93 senior appearances and helped Cambridge win the play-offs and the FA Trophy Final at Wembley. The stopper then earned a move to Wolves in July 2017 for an undisclosed fee.
The 6ft 3 keeper was a ever present during back-up keeper John Ruddy as when the West Midlands won the Championship title. Norris was moved to third choice keeper last summer after Wolves signed Portguese stopper Rui Patricio.
Norris made one Premier League sub appearance on the final day of last season, in addition to six starts in cup competitions.