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Former youth team defender Dan Moss has landed himself a two-year deal with National League club Woking having left Millwall after three years at the Den.

Dan was with Burnley for a number of years but when the club announced their academy retained list in March 2019, he was one of eight players released and went on to end the 2018/19 season at Lancaster City.

That summer, he signed for Millwall and became a part of their under-23 squad and he’s been with them for three years although the last season has been spent at two other clubs on loan. He was with Yeovil in the National League for the first half of the season before joining Leyton Orient in January where he got his first taste of league football.

He impressed at Yeovil where he made 23 appearances at a time when Darren Sarll was manager but in March the manager moved to Woking and he’s moved quickly to sign Moss on a permanent basis having been so impressed with him at Yeovil.

Sarll said: “Daniel has been a very important target from day one. When a team concedes 61 goals in a season it is simple to recognise that improving the defensive unit of the squad is fundamental to any plan moving forward.

“Daniel is fiercely competitive, and he is exactly the type of player that the supporters will connect with through his determination and aggression. He’s also a great age to still develop and improve and it’s another one that has two years with us. I’m very happy to have him within our ranks.”

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