Stevenage Football Club has agreed terms with midfielder Jake Reeves…
The 28-year-old has made over 200 appearances in the English Football League for the likes of Brentford, AFC Wimbledon and Bradford City, before joining former manager Neil Ardley at Notts County last season.
Reeves said upon signing, “Having just played a year in the National League, it is nice to be back in the Football League with Stevenage.
“I am looking forward to playing at The Lamex as a home player, because playing here away from home was always a tough gig. I know this ground quite well”.
“I have met with the gaffer a couple of times now, and ever since talking to him and learning how he wants to play and what he wants to achieve, it was a no brainer for me”.
Manager Alex Revell said, “Jake is someone who we have admired for a long time at the Club, and we are delighted he has made the decision to join us”.
“His playing style fits our midfield profile, with his energy and intensity without the ball. His range of passing and ability to create is something I am excited to watch and develop even further.
“It is crucial we recruit within our Club principles and this season we are able to do that. Jake has the qualities we want in abundance, and we are looking forward to working with him and watching him grow as a Stevenage player”.
Jake Reeves bolsters Stevenage’s central midfield options and becomes Alex Revell’s fifth new signing of the summer.