A flexible frontline player who rose from Hove Rivervale all the way to the Premier League with Hull City. Baby steps at Whitehawk and Eastbourne Borough led to him attracting serious interest during a prolific spell at Burgess Hill Town.
Twelve goals in twenty-one games meant a leap up the ladder to Humberside in 2015. Although his professional debut came against Bradford City, during a loan period at Port Vale.
Returning to the KC Stadium, he started the 2015-16 campaign by making his first appearance for his parent club; coming on for Chuba Akpom in a two-nil victory over Huddersfield Town. Shortly followed by his maiden goal in the EFL Cup at Accrington Stanley. Fired in from the spot too as City progressed on penalties. Got the only goal of the next round at home to Rochdale, prior – via Swansea – to exiting at the hands of Leicester in the fifth.
Gained additional experience on loan at Scunthorpe United, Stevenage and Maidstone until a permanent transfer led him to Woking in 2018. Debuting and opening his account versus St Albans and Concord respectively, in a season that ended with promotion to the National League, alongside fellow Worthing newbie Nick Wheeler.
Amassed more than one hundred matches in four years at Eastbourne Borough, prior to inching along the coast to Woodside Road. Wore a different shade of red at home to Hashtag United and set us on the way to a 3-0 win at Horsham a week later.