Wrexham AFC are pleased to announce the signing of 21-year-old goalkeeper Dawid Szczepaniak on a short-term contract.
Szczepaniak - who signed for the club in the summer of 2019 - extends his stay at the Racecourse having worked as deputy to senior goalkeepers Rob Lainton and Christian Dibble.
The former Airbus UK Broughton and Morecambe 'keeper enters his third season with the Club having made his debut in a penalty shoot-out win over Ayr United in the Scottish Challenge Cup in 2018, making a save to send us through to the next round.
"I'm very excited," he said. "I've got a long history with Wrexham, I use to train and help out with them when I was only 16 and then I signed my contract in 2019 - here we are in 2021 with another contract so I'm very happy."
Szczepaniak has worked with Lainton and Dibble for a couple of seasons, and can't wait to do so again along with new coach Lee Butler.
He added: "I've been saying this for years, those two are like older brothers to me. I've learnt so much the last two seasons and I'm very happy to work with them again.
"He [Lee Butler] has been amazing so far, this pre-season has been the hardest I've ever had, he's a great goalie coach."
Szczepaniak spent the majority of the 2020/21 campaign on loan at Cefn Druids in the Welsh Premier League.