Falmouth Town have completed the signing of left back Tom Moxham

The defender follows in the footsteps of Jack Bray-Evans as he departs South West Peninsula League side Newquay AFC for Falmouth Town.

Falmouth Town Manager Andrew Westgarth confirmed that Moxham will be available to play in Falmouth's next match which is on Friday, November 12 against Wendron at 7:30pm.

Speaking exclusively to the Packet Moxham said: "It's cliche everybody says they're excited to be at a new club I genuinely am!

"I think from speaking to Westy (Andrew Westgarth) quite recently the club is quite ambitious and is looking to go in a certain direction. They know what they want, and they know how to get there. That is something I wanted to be a part of.

"One of the main things that made me want to join was purely that I want to be on that path that they are on which makes it even more exciting for me."

Moxham mentioned how Falmouth's loud and well followed fan base, the F-Troop, played a part in his transfer: "It is a factor, everybody wants to play in front of a big crowd. I have played there before once or twice and it is impressive to see. Since then they have grown as well so I am really looking forward to playing in front of them."

The new left back highlighted some of the strong areas of his game: "I love to get forward, predominantly I am a left back but I love to get forward, put crosses in and join in with the play. I think that is a big factor of my game, I love to be on the ball.

"Defensively, I am strong too, I am very left footed. It will bring a different element to the side."

Speaking on the new addition Falmouth Manager Andrew Westgarth said: "He has always been a player that I have admired when we have played against him when he has been at Saltash and at Newquay. With the circumstances changing with Harry Clarke moving to London in the next couple of weeks it was an opportunity we couldn't turn down."

Westgarth spoke about what qualities the new signing will bring to Falmouth: "He is a great addition to the squad. He adds competition and strength in depth.

"Strength in depth has been one of our strongest attributes this year, if we have unavailability we have the strength in the squad to deal with it. He is a left back, with Harry Clarke going, we knew he was going but we weren't sure when, but now we have a confirmed date on Harry it made sense to get Tom in."

Falmouth Town are top of the South West Peninsula League with a maximum points return of 36 points from their twelve games so far this season. Despite not playing a league game in over a month due to various cup competitions, they still have a three point lead and three games in hand over Camelford AFC who are second in the league.