FORMER Colchester United loanee Myles Kenlock has signed for League Two side Barrow.

The 25-year-old, who has been on loan at the U's in the second half of last season, has linked up with the Bluebirds following his release by Ipswich Town, in May.

Barrow boss Pete Wild told the club's website: “We want two for every position and felt we were a little short in the left back area.

“He’s a player of great quality that has played in the Championship and League One.

“To bring someone of Myles’ quality to the Club shows what we are trying to do here at Barrow, and once we get him up to speed in the next couple weeks, he’ll be another player fighting for another position.”


Kenlock made 103 appearances for Ipswich, after joining them as a trainee.

The left-back made his debut for Town back in August 2015, helping them to a 2-1 win over Stevenage in the Capital One Cup.

Kenlock joined Colchester on loan in January and 20 appearances for the club under Wayne Brown, scoring three times.

He scored on his debut for the U's, a 3-0 win at Salford City in Brown's first game in interim charge.