A talented goalkeeper at an academy with Carlisle United links has earned a deal in the Premier League.

Harry Moss, who has been part of the north-east based Park View Academy of Sport, has been handed an academy contract with Burnley.

The Under-17 keeper earned the move after a trial with the Turf Moor club.

It has been hailed as another success story from the academy where former United player and coach Darren Edmondson is head of football.

The academy’s under-19 side play as Carlisle United Park View through a connection established with the Blues in 2018.

The academy said they were “immensely proud” of Moss – who has been on the books of non-league Spennymoor – for earning his move to Burnley.

United, who are able to run the rule over young players in the Park View set-up, have high hopes for the academy keepers currently on their own books, Gabriel Breeze and Scott Simons.

Former Brunton Park favourite Edmondson linked up with Park View last year following his departure from Rochdale, where he had been head of academy coaching.

He was previously academy boss at Carlisle.

Speaking to the News & Star recently about his new position at the Chester-le-Street organisation, he said: “It’s the sort of environment I wanted to be in, where everything’s up front, everyone knows where they stand, and it’s all about the players, education, personality and football-wise.

“It’s not for the coaches or the staff – it’s about the players, solely.”

Other players to have gone on from the Park View facility in recent times include Sunderland's Ryan Wombwell.