A former Carlisle United and Workington Reds goalkeeper who has played in Champions League qualifiers has used Twitter to launch a bid to find a new club.

Lewis Brass, who was once on the Blues’ youth books, is hoping to catch the eye after a spell with Welsh champions Connah’s Quay Nomads.

The 24-year-old uploaded a video of his highlights on social media in a bid to attract attention.

He was most recently with the Welsh side who last year competed in the first qualifying round of the Champions League, before going down to Bosnian champions FK Sarajevo.

Brass, whose team-mates included former United striker Craig Curran, then represented Connah’s Quay in the Europa League where they lost out to Georgian side Dinamo Tbilisi.

The European outings followed Connah’s Quay, managed by ex-Manchester City defender Andy Morrison, winning the Cymru Premier in the 2019/20 season.

Brass also enjoyed cup success with the club, whilst also playing against Kilmarnock in the 2019 Europa League when Connah’s Quay enjoyed a memorable aggregate victory.

The keeper accompanied his highlights video on Twitter with the words: “Anyone looking for a keeper let me know.

“Champions League qualifiers, Europa League qualifiers, Welsh team of the season, league winners, league cup winners.

News and Star: Brass has played in Champions League qualifiers and Europa League games for Connah's Quay Nomads (photo: PA)Brass has played in Champions League qualifiers and Europa League games for Connah's Quay Nomads (photo: PA)

“Willing to locate anywhere in the world. I have full footage, CV and references available. All retweets appreciated."

Brass was part of United’s Under-18 squad in 2012-14 and featured on the first-team bench, as well as having loan spells at Penrith, Celtic Nation and Workington.

The former Darlington youngster later moved on to home-town club Gateshead and then Chesterfield before joining Connah’s Quay in 2019.