WITH NEARLY 400 LEAGUE APPEARANCES TO HIS NAME, JAMIE WARD WAS A GREAT ADDITION TO MOORS' SQUAD WHEN HE SIGNED FOR THE CLUB ON 02/10/20.
The vastly experienced forward began his career with Aston Villa before moving onto Torquay United and Chesterfield. He would then spend two seasons at Sheffield United between 2009 and 2011, before a three-month loan to Derby County then became permanent.
Ward spent over four years with the Rams making 149 appearances, scoring 34 goals before switching to their rivals Nottingham Forest in 2015. During his four-year stay at the City Ground, he would be loaned to Burton Albion, Cardiff City and Charlton Athletic.
Born in Birmingham, Ward is capped by Northern Ireland with his eligibility coming through his grandfather. He has a total of 44 caps, 35 of which are senior, scoring six goals. His first senior cap came back in 2011 in a Euro 2012 qualifier, while he was also included in the Euro 2016 squad for the side.
Jamie Ward Signs for the Moors