Coventry City have confirmed that versatile defender Josh Pask has agreed a three-year contract to join the club when his current deal with West Ham expires.
TRANSFER: Coventry City agree to sign Defender Josh Pask! ✍️
— Coventry City (@Coventry_City) June 17, 2019
The 21-year-old has come through the ranks with the Hammers but failed to make an appearance for the Londoners, instead getting his game time from loan spells and in the youth teams.
One of those loan spells came in the 2016/17 campaign, when Pask played in League One for Gillingham, although he wasn’t a regular for the side in that time.
And, he has now taken the decision to leave the Premier League side, with the Sky Blues announcing on their official site that the move will go through at the start of next month.
After a positive end to the previous season, there is a lot of optimism about how Mark Robins’ side can do next season and it’s fair to say the fans were pleased about this transfer update.
Here’s some of the reaction on Twitter…
Sounds decent but let’s see him play first, welcome Josh ????????
— Jimi (@Jimi_Dyer) June 17, 2019
— 404SpionKop (@hrSpionKop) June 17, 2019
Great signing! Welcome Josh???? #PUSB
— Matthew Bull (@CCFCAddict) June 17, 2019
Great signing #PUSB
— Kathryn Ridley (@KathrynRidley) June 17, 2019
— Mick Davenport (@DavenportMick) June 17, 2019
Welcome to Birmingham lad ????????
— Craig Dewis (@CraigDewis) June 17, 2019
Super marky robins
— kianwhite18 (@kianwhite181) June 17, 2019