English-born Ghanaian international Kwame Thomas says he is pleased to have completed a one-year move to English National League side Wrexham A.F.C ahead of the start of the 2020/21 season.
The former Burton Albion forward joins Wrexham on a free transfer after leaving the Brewers in June.
He also spent time at Doncaster Rovers last season, while he was previously with Solihull Moors – playing alongside new Wrexham team-mates Jamie Reckord and Adi Yussuf.
Thomas, 24, came through the Derby County academy and made his Championship debut in 2014.
Kwame Thomas who has represented England at the Under-16, Under-17 and Under-20 level, expressed excitement after his move to the Racecourse:
“I’m happy to be here. I already know some of the players and I can’t wait to start. he said.
“The main thing is playing games; if you aren’t playing games it’s a bit pointless so I had a decision to make – ‘do you want to be a footballer and play or do you just want to be on the bench and get 20 minutes’. It was never a doubt for me to go somewhere and get games.
Thomas added that: “I spoke to Adi and Recks briefly and they told me that this group of lads are really welcoming, and told me how they found it, so I spoke a little bit to make me feel at ease coming into a nice changing room and good surroundings.”
Born in England to Ghanaian parents, Kwame has also played for Coventry City, Notts County, Blackpool, Sutton United and Kidderminster.
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