Former Reading goalkeeper Graham Stack has been appointed goalkeeping coach at Championship rivals Cardiff City.

The 40-year-old spent four years with Watford taking on a variation of roles, including a small time as an assistant first team manager on an interim basis with fellow former Royal Hayden Mullins.

Leaving Vicarage Road last week, he is now at the Cardiff City Stadium with Steve Morison.

Predominantly a Cup keeper in Berkshire, he played eight games in two years under Steve Coppell before becoming a regular with Hibernian and Barnet.

Speaking to the club after his announcement was made, Stack said: “I’m really pleased to be here. It’s an incredible place. I actually came to Cardiff on trial while I was at Plymouth Argyle and spent a month in the city, and thoroughly enjoyed my time here.

“Steve Morison is someone I have spoken to a lot over the years through football and after discussing the plans for the future, this felt like the right move for me.

“I’m delighted to be coming in to work with the goalkeepers that we have, and I believe it is going to be competitive. We’ve got some incredible talents on that side.

“Everyone has been hugely complimentary about the Club. It’s exciting times for Cardiff City. We’ve got a lot of new faces, who will be looking to make a positive impression. This project is something I’m really looking forward to being a part of.”