Former York and Dundee goalkeeper Kyle Letheren has rejoined Plymouth Argyle on a free transfer.
In his first spell with the club in 2009, Letheren never made a first team appearance. Seen as a dependable understudy for Romain Larrieu, Letheren spent five months at Plymouth Argyle.
With Luke McCormick and Robbert te Loeke already established in the goalkeeping position, Kyle is under no illusion to the current situation again.
“I’m here to fight for a place,” said Kyle. “I just want to get going, because I’ve missed the start of the season. It’s good to be involved.”
Kyle is determined to show Argyle fans what he can offer this time round.
“I’m not here to be a third-choice or second-choice. I want to play. I understand Luke is an experienced goalkeeper. It’s going to be hard to displace them, but it’s what we’re all here for. I didn’t manage an appearance last time I have here so hopefully this time around I can show the Argyle fans what I am capable of.”
“I’m delighted to be back. I never wanted to leave in the first place. It’s a lovely town.”