FC Halifax Town midfielder Jordan Sinnott has completed a move to SkyBet League Two club Chesterfield.
The twenty three year old began his career at Huddersfield Town, making two first team appearances.
During his time with the Terriers he made loans to Bury and Altrincham, joining the latter on a permanent deal after being released by Huddersfield.
He went on to make over fifty appearances for the Robins before becoming one of a number of new signings made by new FC Halifax Town manager Billy Heath ahead of the 2016/17 season.
After agreeing to join the Shaymen he said “When the gaffer here rang me up it was a no brainer to sign. You can tell he’s a winner, and my aim here is to try and get Halifax back into the National League.”
The club were promoted back to the National League at the first attempt, with a 2-1 win over Chorley in the National League North promotion final securing their place in non-league’s top tier.
Sinnott played a key role in their success, scoring nine goals in forty one appearances throughout the season.
His form attracted attention from a number of clubs and it is Chesterfield that have secured his services.
Sinnott has signed a two-year deal with the Spirerites, who were relegated into League Two last season after finishing bottom of League One.
Article: Mark Carruthers (@marknldaily)