Barrow AFC have welcomed striker Olly Dyson back into their fold after the teenager joined on a season-long youth loan from Championship club Huddersfield Town.

It is Dyson’s second loan spell with the Bluebirds after he spent time with them from the Terriers midway through last season.

The 19-year-old was signed just before Christman, after Tyler Smith was recalled from his loan from Sheffield United early, but his first spell at Holker Street was cut short after just a couple of weeks.

Dyson made three substitute appearances during the festive period before a hamstring tear forced him to head back to Huddersfield before he’d really settled.

Dyson becomes AFC’s ninth signing of the summer and he will provide competition for fellow arrivals Scott Quigley and Byron Harrison up front.

He featured off the bench in Barrow’s final pre-season friendly against Sheffield United under-23s on Saturday.

Dyson has been in Huddersfield’s academy since under-9 level and has progressed as far as their reserve team, who he made his for in the 2016/17.

Before his truncated first stint with the Bluebirds, he had played first-team football on loan at Liversedge, before moving on to the now-defunct Shaw Lane at the start of 2018, just a few months after the Yorkshire side had knocked AFC out of the FA Cup.