Hull City have sent young goalkeeper Harvey Cartwright out on loan to Gainsborough Trinity, the club have confirmed.

Cartwright will spend the next month on loan with the Northern Premier League outfit and the deal was done in time to see him make his debut for the club on Saturday against Stalybridge Celtic.

The 19-year-old kept a clean sheet in that win and he’ll hope to impress with the Holy Blues over the next few weeks as the club look to climb the table.

The goalkeeper, who has been the Tigers since under-13s level, has made one appearance for the club's first-team in his career so far, starting in the Papa John’s Trophy loss to Leicester City last September.

With Matt Ingram and Nathan Baxter ahead of him in the pecking order at present, Cartwright’s hopes of doubling his City appearance tally appear limited this season.

He was named on the bench for City’s Carabao Cup clash with Wigan Athletic last month, but he never came close to making it out onto the field.

As such, he’ll hope to get some vital game time under his belt in Lincolnshire and having spent time on loan with Barton Town previously, he’s no stranger to non-league football.

Cartwright is highly thought of at the MKM Stadium and Grant McCann will be hoping to see Cartwright excel in the men’s game.

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