Needham Market have made their their third signing under new Manager Richard Wilkins with the signature of striker Jamie Griffiths on a contract with the Marketmen.
The 25 year old former Ipswich Town player, is a forward who most recently played at Long Melford, where he scored 25 goals in the 2015-16 season. Griffiths joined Ipswich Town as an eight year old leaving aged nineteen in 2011 before spells at Plymouth Argyle, Kettering Town and AFC Sudbury.
Richard Wilkins was delighted with the capture of the talented forward.
“Jamie is still recovering from a knee injury and will be working closely with our Physiotherapist Rob Earle but he’s already demonstrated his determination and commitment to me to make the best recovery he can. Once we met and spoke it was clear that it was a good fit for both the club and Jamie and he’s a player I’ve tried to sign before as has the Chairman Mark Morsley.
He’s a gifted forward who’s played at lower level recently but scored lots of goals and I feel he has all the attributes to make the step up to the Ryman Premier Division.
Jamie won’t be available for the first two or three months of the season but when fit I believe he will be another great addition to our team”
Source: Needham Market FC