Derby County moved to complete the signing of Slovakian youth international goalkeeper Henrich Ravas in January 2016 and he has made good progress with the club in recent seasons.
The Slovakian Under-19s shot stopper joined Derby after spending time with both Sky Bet League 1 side Peterborough United and National League North outfit Boston United on non-contract terms.
Ravas linked up with the Rams off the back of an impressive first half of the season at Boston, where he earned rave reviews for his performances.
He linked up with the Rams following a spell and immediately joined Derby’s then Under 21s squad and played in the last few games to help the squad lift the Division 2 title at the end of the 2015/16 season.
A regular member of the Under-23s squad too, Ravas has reguarly gained game time in Premier League 2 - Division 1.
He acted as Derby's third choice goalkeeper during the 2018/19 season, behind Scott Carson and Kelle Roos, an appeared as an unused substitute on several occasions, as well developing his talent alongside Head Goalkeeping Coach Shay Given.