Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Jon Flatt has used social media to comment on his loan move to Cheltenham Town.
On Thursday, both clubs announced that Flatt had agreed to a one-month loan deal at the National League club as he bids to secure more experience in senior football.
Flatt started in the 1-1 draw with Arsenal's Under-21 side on Monday evening, but his time in Gloucestershire is an opportunity to show that he is ready for regular first-team football.
Buzzing to have joined @CTFCofficial can't wait for Saturday now ⚽️— Jon Flatt (@jon1flatt) March 3, 2016
Flatt has been brought in to replace Dillon Phillips, who has starred between the sticks all season. However, the Charlton Athletic loanee could be ruled out for as many as six weeks, meaning that manager Gary Johnson had to move to secure a replacement.
The 21-year-old has previously spent time at Wrexham and Chesterfield, but while he managed five appearances in the National League with the Welsh outfit, he did not play during his time with Chesterfield.
Cheltenham currently top the division by one point from Forest Green Rovers, and they will hope to remain ahead in the two-way promotion tussle when they travel to Welling United on Saturday afternoon.