SAM FISHBURN has himself a new club after his short loan stint with York City last season.

Fishburn, who joined York in late March, made just three appearances for City in a loan deal until the end-of-the-season from Fleetwood Town. 

Following his recent release from the Cods, Fishburn has found himself a new club in the form of Vanarama National League North outfit Scunthorpe United.

The towering forward struggled with injuries throughout his time with the Minstermen, failing to complete a full 90 minutes under Adam Hinshelwood when featuring for the club. 

Fishburn made his York debut in the superb 2-1 victory over Vanarama National League champions Chesterfield, playing 45 minutes after replacing Thierry Latty-Fairweather following a nasty spine injury for the left-back. 

He would go on to start in a 1-1 draw with FC Halifax Town, but struggled to make an impact against the Shaymen and would be substituted in the 67th minute, before featuring in the 1-0 defeat to Eastleigh. 

His loan spell would then come to an end due to injury, with City managing to secure survival in the National League on the final day by just one point. 

Fishburn arrives into North Lincolnshire with an array of experience, having represented Carlisle United, Lancaster City, Blyth Spartans and Morpeth Town before switching to Fleetwood in 2023.