Hammer Nathan Trott has returned to AFC Wimbledon after being treated for a groin injury and made his debut for the Don’s at the weekend. The loanee completed a full pre-season with AFC Wimbledon for which he signed on a season-long loan for but missed the League One’s first two league games.
Trott played all ninety minutes in his debut against Accrington Stanley on Saturday which ended 1-1 and he was again in action last night for the whole game as AFC Wimbledon lost 2-1 to Ispwich Town.
The Bermuda-born goalkeeper joined West Ham following a successful trial period in January 2016, having initially been recommended to the Club by former Hammer and fellow countryman Clyde Best. Trott was a schoolboy midfielder but now is not only an agile shot-stopper but also possesses superb distribution skills and technique.
The young goalkeeper switched international allegiance to England in early 2017 and was part of the Young Lions squad that won the UEFA European U19 Championship in June of the same year.