Arsenal goalkeeper Ryan Huddart will spend next season on loan at National League club Eastleigh, the club has confirmed.
The 19-year-old was first-choice keeper for Arsenal for last season's Under-18s Uefa Youth League.
He was also an unused substitute for the Gunners against Borussia Dortmund and Galatasaray in the Champions League two years ago.
"We are extremely pleased to welcome Ryan to Eastleigh FC," CEO Mark Jewell told the club's official website.
"Having met with him today, he is clearly a genuinely nice guy, but fiercely competitive.
"I know his presence at the club is going to raise the bar. Although he is a young man, he brings with him great professionalism due to the experience gained with his time at Arsenal FC.
"I would like to thank Ryan's representatives, along with Arsenal's Technical Director Richard Law and company secretary David Miles, for making this loan possible.
"I will be doing everything possible to ensure relations between Eastleigh FC and Arsenal FC are to develop to their fullest potential."
The youngster added: "I am really pleased to have joined Eastleigh on a season long loan.
"I know the club are ambitious and are trying to achieve promotion next season, therefore I am looking forward to the challenge and hoping to play my part."