Bermuda-born goalkeeper Nathan Trott joined West Ham United following a successful trial period in January 2016, having initially been recommended to the Club by former Hammer and fellow countryman Clyde Best.
A schoolboy midfielder, Trott is not only an agile shot-stopper, but also possesses superb distribution skills and technique.
The young goalkeeper switched international allegiance to England in early 2017 and was part of the Young Lions squad that won the UEFA European U19 Championship in June of the same year.
Started five of West Ham United's opening six Premier League 2 Division 1 fixtures, conceding just seven goals and keeping a clean sheet against reigning champions Everton...Started the 3-2 Checkatrade Trophy group-stage victory at Swindon Town on 15 August 2017...Made his England U20 debut in a 4-0 friendly win over the Czech Republic at St George's Park on 10 October 2017.
Travelled with the Premier League 2 squad to the Netherlands during 2016/17 pre-season...Started the side's first two league games of the season. Established himself at the U23s' No1 goalkeeper with a string of outstanding saves and immaculate footwork and distribution...Pledged his allegiance to England and earned a call-up to the U19s for UEFA European Championship qualifiers against Norway, Spain and Belarus in March 2017...Totaled 15 Premier League 2 appearances and also appeared twice in the U18 Premier League...Was a member of the triumphant England squad at the UEFA European U19 Championship finals in Georgia in July 2017.
Joined West Ham United after a trial period in January 2016.