Date of birth
Jordan Clark moved south on a free transfer after his contract with League One club Accrington Stanley came to an end after four years at the Wham Stadium.
The right-sided player began his career at hometown club Barnsley, making six appearances for the Championship club and enjoying loan spells with Chesterfield, Scunthorpe United and Hyde, before moving to Shrewsbury Town in 2014.
He scored twice against the Town at the New Meadow as a Shrews side featuring James Collins won promotion from League Two in his first season.
Clark netted five times in 59 appearances over two years in Shropshire before moving in the summer of 2016 to Stanley, where his goal record was 29 in 191 – including eight in 40 matches before the 2019-20 campaign ended early due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
He scored his first goal for the Hatters in the 1-0 Carabao Cup victory against Reading and went on to score in every competition he played in after that in his maiden campaign for the Hatters - Sky Bet Championship and Emirates FA Cup.
The 27-year-old impressed with his versaility and played in a number of positions throughout the season, filling in for injured players and enabling Nathan Jones to utilise different formations.