Kyran joined the Cards on a permanent basis in the summer of 2021, shortly after completing a successful loan spell, which saw him make more than 40 appearances in all competitions. Initially signed as a winger, the then Oxford United loanee quickly found a new home at right-back and the youngster quickly set about making the spot his own. After a slightly shaky start, he soon began delivering quality performances from full-back, both defensively and as a more advanced attacking option for manager Alan Dowson. During a difficult season, where the Cards’ squad was stretched to its limits by injuries and furlough, he also filled in as an emergency left-back, where he was once again one of the team’s most consistent players.
A graduate of Oxford’s academy system, he made his senior debut in a 2-1 EFL Trophy win over Norwich City U21 in September 2019, before finishing the season with 17 appearances at neighbours Oxford City, also scoring three goals for the National League South side. The following season he made further appearances for the U’s in both the EFL Cup and EFL Trophy, before joining the Cards in October 2020. He would ultimately remain at the club for the rest of the season, reaching an FA Trophy semi-final and finishing second in the club’s Player of the Year voting behind goalkeeper Craig Ross. In July he signed a two-year deal to make his move to the Laithwaite Community Stadium a permanent one.