- Wrexham AFC are pleased to announce the signing of Davis Keillor-Dunn on a permanent deal.
- Keillor-Dunn, 22, has penned a deal with Wrexham AFC until the end of the 2019-20 season.
- Wrexham AFC have submitted the necessary paperwork.
Wrexham AFC are pleased to announce midfielder Davis Keillor-Dunn has signed for the club until the end of the current season.
The 22-year-old midfielder originally from the north-east, who learnt his trade in the youth ranks at Middlesbrough and Sunderland before a move to Chesterfield in 2015 has played his senior football in Scotland with Ross County.
Joining County in 2017 he has gone on to make 40 appearances for the Scottish Premiership club. During the last window he went out on loan at Falkirk where he made 11 appearances while scoring five goals for the club.
On signing for the Dragons he commented: “It’s a perfect match, I’ve heard a lot about the club and the supporters, it’s a really good move for me.
“I was at Ross County and I’ve trained at a few other places, but Wrexham were interested and I wanted to progress the move here.”
He continued: “It’s closer to home for me and it’s a great platform to play on the Racecourse, I can’t wait to get going.
“Hopefully I can play on Saturday, get out there in front of the fans and make a difference. I just want to get assists and goals and get us moving up the table, I’ve been keeping fit, you have to be ready for an opportunity, I’m here and I have to go and smash it.”
Talking about Wrexham’s current league position he said: “Football is about pressure. For me personally, the more pressure the better because you know you have to go out and perform.
“The club is far too big to be where it is, a few wins and things change quickly.”