Young keeper Alex Lynch falls under Dale Jenkins' spotlight.
Teenage goalkeeper Alex Lynch signed a two-year deal with the Chairboys at the beginning of July following his release from Peterborough.
Lynch spent three years with Peterborough after they signed him from Welsh Alliance League outfit Amlwch Town. The keeper, who has represented Wales at Under 19 level, spent the whole of last season on loan at Stamford from the League One side and did not make a senior appearance for the Posh.
The teenager caught the eye while playing for Stamford, making 29 appearances in the 2013/14 season in a loan spell which saw the youngster voted player of the month for January. That impressive form has seen the stopper earn a move to Adams Park on a free transfer to develop his career under goalkeeping coach Barry Richardson, with whom he worked at Peterborough.
Richardson was delighted to bring Alex to the club, commenting ‘He is another young keeper to add to the two we have. He has played for his country, so he'll be a great addition to the squad.’
‘I’ve known Alex since he was a 16-year-old and I’m really pleased to be working with him again’.
Lynch will add further competition for the goalkeeping gloves in 2014/15 alongside fellow youngsters Charlie Horlock and Matt Ingram.