Aldershot Town have signed goalkeeper Pat Nash from Farnham Town.

The 19-year-old has signed a deal until the end the 2024-25 season.

Nash had a superb season between the sticks for Farnham – his 31 clean sheets helped them win the Combined Counties Premier Division South with an unbeaten record.

Nash spent most of the 2023-24 season training with the Shots and will link up with some familiar faces as an Aldershot player when pre-season begins.

Aldershot manager Tommy Widdrington said: “It’s a great fit for all involved.

“Pat, whilst young, is a goalkeeper who managed to play every game in a very successful season at Farnham and we monitored him right through the 50-odd games he played.

“He’s got all the tools required in the modern game to push on and compete for the number one jersey here at Aldershot and being a local lad I’m sure he’ll be giving it a right good go.”

Head of recruitment Jamie Hedges added: “We are delighted to welcome Pat to the club.

“It’s no secret that Pat spent a significant time last season training with us so is familiar with the staff, the lads and how we work, so he will slot in seamlessly.

“He’s a very talented young goalkeeper who we all were unanimously in agreement that we should try to secure after seeing him up close and seeing him have an unbelievably successful season for Farnham.

“We believe he can compete for the starting shirt and add great competition to our goalkeeping ranks.”