Steve Arnold signed for Stevenage at the beginning of the 2012/13 season after being voted Supporter's Player of the Year at Hayes and Yeading, whilst on loan from Wycombe.
The goalkeeper came in primarily as an understudy to Chris Day, however an injury to Day handed Arnold the opportunity and he went on to make 33 appearances in his first season. Arnold has been mainly used as a substitute throughout his second season at the club but should he need to step in, he’ll be more than ready to join the starting eleven.
Following brief spells at Boreham Wood and Arsenal, Arnold joined Norwich's centre of excellence in 2005 and after impressing for the U18's, signed his first professional contract with the club in 2007.
Moves to Grays, Eastleigh and Wycombe followed where he went on loan at Hayes and Yeading before signing for Stevenage.