Former Ayr United and Wolves goalkeeper Jack Ruddy hopes to stay at Northern Irish side Linfield for the long-term after his latest transfer move.

Still only 23, Ruddy is already on the 10th club in his senior career, playing across England, Scotland and Spain. He was with Wolves for three years between 2016-19 while he played the most games of his career during a loan spell at Ayr.

V RANGERS . SOMERSET PARK - AYR. Jack Ruddy in action for Ayr United.

Former Wolves goalkeeper Jack Ruddy was previously with Ayr United. (Photo by Rob Casey/SNS Group via Getty Images)

Now looking forward to Champions League qualifiers with Linfield against FK Zalgiris, the former Ayr and Wolves man said (Linfield FC): “I have a lot of experience gained from loan spells whilst I was at Wolves and also trained and played with some top players at Wolves.

“They were all short six-month stints, so I just want somewhere where I can get consistency and a run of games because that’s when I’m at my best and when I have performed at my best in the past. Linfield is a massive club with great history and a good platform for me to settle here and hopefully play games.

 

“It’s really exciting with European games coming up very soon and we’re all very much looking forward to the test in Lithuania.”

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