Moors have completed the signing of Sheffield United defender Harry Boyes on a long-term loan until January 3rd 2022.

Boyes, 19, is an attacking full-back and has been with the Blades since July 2018. He was a key member of their under-23’s title-winning side last season.

Born in Barnsley, Boyes spent eight years with Manchester City prior to his move to Bramall Lane.

He was a regular for United’s under-23’s last season and enjoyed a loan spell with Bradford Park Avenue in the National League North, where he scored a couple of stunning goals.

His form with the 23’s, in addition to the successful loan stint at Bradford PA, led to Boyes training with the first team and earning a place on the bench for the Blades in their Premier League fixture at Newcastle United in May.

The next stage of his career takes him to the Moors, and Boyes said:

“I’m really excited to be here. The lads have welcomed me and I’m looking forward to playing and doing my best for the club.

“I enjoyed playing men’s football last season with Bradford Park Avenue, so I want to kick on again here and see where it can take me.

“I’m an attacking full-back. I love to get forward, get crosses in and I love a good shot as well.

“I want to win, I hate losing – that’s one thing I don’t want to do. I’ll do everything I can to win for the lads.”

*Sheffield United have no recall option in place and cup permissions are still to be confirmed.