Born in Barcelona, where he spent his formative years at the start of a long and winding road that took in stops at Damm, Gramenet, Europa and Cornella.
Returned to Gramenet to get his Senior career going, then it was on to Montanesa, Vilassar de Mar, Santboia, Sabadell, Sant Rafel and Llosetense before joining a mass exodus of fellow Spaniards, Andorrans and Argentininans, who looked to make their mark in English football in 2017-18.
Became an instant hero at Heybridge Swifts; his six goals on an FA Cup adventure that eventually ended at Exeter City in the first round, part of a grand total of thirty that saw him named in the Isthmian North Team of the Year.
A move to the pro ranks soon followed with Lincoln City, debuting against Notts County and scoring three days later at Blackburn Rovers. However, twelve months and a short loan at Bromley later, he found himself at Concord Rangers. Dagenham & Redbridge, a brief flirtation with Maidstone United and a ten-game spell at Weymouth followed, then take two at United led to a scene-stealing season.
Thirty-seven appearances and twenty-two goals resulted in a National League South title winner’s medal and personal glory when being declared the best player in the division.
Got his Worthing career off to a start with a subs turn at Horsham in late July, soon followed by his maiden goal from the penalty spot in the Sussex Community Shield thriller against Broadbridge Heath.