An integral player at the base of the Woking midfield, he quickly became a firm fan favourite after joining the club in the summer of 2021 from National League rivals Maidenhead United. A tough-tackling defensive midfielder also capable of pushing further forward, he made 37 appearances during his debut season with the Cards, whilst chipping in with two goals and four assists.
In his second season he contributed a career-best eight goals and three assists as manager Darren Sarll granted him a license to get into more forward positions. He netted in both the FA Cup first round, against League One Oxford United, and the play-off eliminator against Bromley, the first ever play-off game for Woking in the fifth tier. His performances helped the Cards finish the season in fourth place and his efforts were rewarded with a new two-year contract in the summer of 2023.
He started his career with Premier League Chelsea, graduating from the club’s academy in 2010, and remaining on the fringes of the first-team until his departure in 2013, although he never made an appearance for the Blues. He instead found a home at Brighton & Hove Albion, then playing in the Championship, where he became a regular, making 91 appearances across five seasons, including more than 60 in the second tier. He also spent time on loan at Fulham, Swindon Town and Bury, playing in either the Championship or League One.
With injuries having disrupted his development and with Brighton promoted to the Premier League, he eventually joined League Two side Cheltenham Town in 2019, before signing for Maidenhead just over a year later. He enjoyed a successful seven months with the Magpies, making 31 appearances and helping the club finish 13th in the National League, the second-best finish in the club’s history.
In 2021 he was called up to the Montserrat national team for the first time, featuring in qualifying matches for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and in June of the same year he scored his first goal in a 4-0 win over the U.S. Virgin Islands.