Ipswich Town young keeper Charlie Binns has joined Suffolk non-league side Felixstowe & Walton United on loan.

The 18-year-old has featured for the Town's U18s and U21s this season, having joined the Blues in the summer on a two-year professional deal.

He had previously been a sixth-former at Millfield School, which is well known for producing sports people with former Town defender Tyrone Mings among its alumni.

East Anglian Daily Times: Charlie Binns warming up for Town U21sCharlie Binns warming up for Town U21s (Image: Ross Halls)

Binns joins a Felixstowe side who are second in the Isthmian League North Division table and links up with former Town players Jack Ainsley, Stuart Ainsley and Zak Brown. 

The move comes after the news that goalkeeper Callum Robinson has decided to take a break from football for personal reasons.

Town players currently out on loan

Corrie Ndaba (Kilmarnock), Kyle Edwards (Oxford United), Idris El Mizouni (Leyton Orient), Panutche Camara (Charlton), Gassan Ahadme (Cambridge United), Zak Bradshaw (Woking), Cameron Stewart (Cove Rangers), Jack Manly (Leiston), Ben Haddoch (Stowmarket Town) Finlay Corrigan (Leiston), Finley Barbrook (Chelmsford City), Matt Ward (Braintree Town), Nico Valentine (Needham Market), Harry Barbrook (Braintree Town), Charlie Binns (Felixstowe & Walton United)