Scott has been signed by Premiership Wolverhampton Wolves.
Their number one, Jacob Thorssell, injured his hand and so Wolves moved quickly to sign Scott.
Scott said: “I’m obviously buzzing to have got a place in the Premiership. It’s not the way I would have liked, I feel awful for Jacob to suffer an injury on the eve of the campaign.
“Wolves is a club I’ve always wanted to race for and Chris van Straaten (club owner) has targeted me a few times over the years but it’s somehow never worked out.
“I’m very grateful of the opportunity and it’s a track I obviously like. It holds very special memories for me. I won my sixth and seventh British Championships at Monmore so it will mean a lot for it to be my home track at last.”
“This has definitely given me an extra boost for this season.
“I always want to prove that I can produce it at the highest level, there’s absolutely no reason why not. It was a disjointed campaign for me a year ago at Rye House and Leicester. Now I just want to hit the ground running for Wolves and score a lot of points.”