Wales youth international who broke into the Under-18s' side at full-back towards the end of the 2018/19 season.

A defender who likes to get forward and produce crosses into the box, he made two appearances in total for Neil Ryan's side while still a schoolboy. He became a first-year scholar in July 2019.

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Southampton manager Mark Hughes.
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