West Ham United can confirm that Academy goalkeeper Krisztián Hegyi has joined EFL League One side Stevenage on loan for the 2023/24 season.
Shot-stopper Hegyi, who joined the Hammers in 2019 and captained Mark Robson’s development team last year, will spend the forthcoming campaign at the Lamex Stadium.
The Boro, under the management of Steve Evans, achieved promotion from EFL League Two last season and will be seeking to consolidate their position in the EFL third tier.
Twenty-year-old Hegyi has made 49 appearances in Premier League 2 for the Irons and is a regular for Hungary U21s, making 14 showings for his national team’s development side.
In joining Stevenage, Hegyi follows fellow Academy of Football talent Joseph Anang in spending time on loan in Hertfordshire.
Everyone at West Ham United wishes Krisztián every success in his loan spell with Stevenage.