Concord Rangers have brought in goalkeeper Adam Przybek on an initial month-long loan deal from Sky Bet League One outfit, Ipswich Town.
Beach Boys boss, Danny Scopes, is keen to bolster his sides rearguard options following an indifferent start to their Vanarama National League South campaign.
Nuneaton-born Przybek started his career at West Bromwich Albion and has gleaned experience in the non-league game during similar spells at Worcester City, Gloucester City, Rushall Olympic and Braintree Town.
The 20-year-old penned a two-year deal at Portman Road in 2019 following his release from West Brom. He has also represented both England and Wales at youth level and is highly rated by the Ipswich support.
“Adam is initial in for a month and we would like to thank Ipswich for lending him to us,” Beach Boys boss, Danny Scopes, told Yellow Sport.
“He will provide healthy competition for Chris Haigh, something we believe is necessary as we look to improve.
We’ve struggled for clean sheets and subsequently not won as many games as we would have liked. We must put this right and try to be strong as a defensive unit.”