Capable of playing anywhere down the left hand side, the youngster was part of the Scunthorpe side that defeated the Holy Blues in last season's Lincolnshire Senior Cup Final at Glanford Park. In the aftermath of the defeat to Worksop, Bishop identified the need for better service into the box from wide areas and the addition of Lewis should give this extra dimension.

As Harry looks to make an immediate impact at the Dave Longstaff Martin and Co, following his switch from National League side, he outlined:

"I’m excited really to play some games and get a good amount of minutes under my belt. Obviously, I haven’t played much recently so I feel it’s a really good opportunity for me to come and try and impress at a decent level. It will be a good test for me. I feel like I can add some extra quality to the team and hopefully bring in a few more goals and assists. Overall I’m just ready to get going and try to hit the ground running when I get my first minutes."

On the signing, player manager Bishop enthused: "Left back is an area we had identified for strengthening. Westy has come in and done well but we had no other options in that position. Harry comes with good pedigree and was featuring in League 2 with Scunthorpe last season. He will provide competition for a starting place in that position, and with a very busy month ahead, I’m delighted we have managed to get him in."

Join us in extending a warm welcome to Harry. We look forward to seeing him rip things up down the left hand side! Harry joins on an initial one month loan and is available for selection on Saturday, when we entertain Barwell in the FA Trophy. Kick off at 3pm.