Jordan Ragguette, 21, a versatile left-sided player, has joined Salisbury after leaving AFC Totton because his contract expired.

Ragguette has been at Totton for a couple of seasons and has played at both left-back and left-wing during his time there. He likes to take on players and get balls into the box.

He played against Salisbury in the playoff final, forcing a good save from Ryan Gosney as he drove forward from the left-back area and let fly from 25 yards.

A former St. Vincent and the Grenadines U21 international representing his country of birth, he played for Lewes and Gosport Borough before his time at Totton.

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On completing the signing, Brian Dutton said, “I’m really pleased to have got Jordan over the line against fierce competition for his signature.

“I think he is a player with huge potential, having only spent two years learning his craft as a left-back. He fits the profile of our squad being young, fit and talented. I’m sure he will be a fans favourite next season.”

In his first interview with the club, Jordan said, “[I’m] Feeling excited, I’m looking forward to the new challenge. It’s a great club and a great fanbase.” O

n leaving AFC Totton, he added, “I think it was time for a new challenge; I feel like I developed well at Totton. It’s a great club and has great people around. I feel like the way Salisbury plays, the manager that’s here and the players that they have, it’s a great chance for me to take the next step in my career.”