Date: 16th December 2014 at 10:28pm
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Harvey Hodd has been confirmed as a Fleetwood signing, coming in as a free agent after being on non-contract terms in non-league football previously.

The midfielder was with Norwich until the end of last season when they released him so he dropped out of the Football League to sign for Lowestoft Town, where he’s been playing on ‘non-contract’ terms.

19-year-old Hodd, had been having trials with clubs and after spending some time with us he’s earned himself a permanent contract, which might have been the case sooner had he not picked up a hamstring injury during an earlier trial.

With a contract earned, even though it’s ‘a long way from home’ he’s told the official website that he’s keen to force his way into the first-team under Graham Alexander and prove the faith paid in him is justified.

He said: ‘I have been at Fleetwood for a little while now. I joined them on trial earlier this season and played a game but unfortunately picked up a hamstring injury. I came back about a week and a half ago and have since played another game and the club have offered me a contract which I am delighted about.

‘I am miles from home but that doesn’t faze me. I was at Norwich City last season and I was there for two and a half years.

‘I play in the centre of midfield and have enjoyed my time here so far and my objective now is to push on and try and break into the first-team.’

Now show the Cod what you can do Hodd!

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