Left-back Jamie Reckord has become Yeovil Town’s first defensive signing of the summer.
The 30-year-old has signed a one-year contract at Huish Park with an option for an additional year following his departure from Boreham Wood.
With more than 200 appearances on his CV, he will bring experience in the position where Yeovil have been lacking since the summer departures of Mark Little and Jordan Barnett, who were both released at the end of last season.
Speaking about the new recruit, Glovers’ boss Chris Hargreaves said: “Jamie comes in with a good amount of experience, especially within sides competing at the top end of the National League.
“He’s a natural left-sided player, who brings balance to the squad and is capable of playing in several positions.”
Reckord started last season at Wrexham before moving to Boreham Wood in January having fallen out of favour in the Hollywood Hills and played just six times with the back five favoured by The Wood defence not providing many opportunities.
Prior to joining Wrexham at the start of the 2020-21 campaign, he had a two-and-a-half year spell at Solihull Moors where he was part of the side which reached the National League play-offs in 2018-19.
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