English Championship club Nottingham Forest have completed the signing of former Cowdenbeath goalkeeper Nicky Hogarth.

Hogarth spent last season in Scottish League Two with Cowdenbeath and the keeper’s form at the ‘Blue Brazil’ has been noticed by Nottingham Forest. He left Rangers earlier this summer and now moves south of the border, having also spent loan stints at Stirling Albion and Caledonian Braves.

Nottingham Forest have signed the goalkeeper. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Nottingham Forest U23s coach Andy Reid said: “He’s a really good addition for us. A lot of work has gone into the recruitment and we’re delighted to get it over the line. He’s a player that we’ve got a lot of hope for. There’s a lot of hard work ahead but we’re pleased to be able to work with him.

“He’s got a real presence, a great stature and a really mature head on his shoulders. If he continues to learn and develop with the fantastic staff that we have here, there’s no reason why he can’t kick on.”

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