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UPDATED 07:47 30th June 2015

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Experienced striker Danny Wright joined Cheltenham Town in June 2015, after boss Gary Johnson persuaded him to turn down Kidderminster Harriers’ offer of a new deal. 
The 30-year-old target man began his career with Histon and was influential in the non-league side’s famous 2008/2009 FA campaign, which saw them defeat both Swindon Town and Leeds United. After netting 34 goals in close to 100 appearances, he moved to Cambridge United in 2010, before switching to Wrexham.
Wright registered 23 goals at the Racecourse Ground before moving to our Vanarama National League neighbours Forest Green Rovers for an undisclosed fee. He netted eight goals in 18-months, before signing terms with Gateshead on a short-term deal at the start of the 2014/15 campaign.
The 6’1” forward scored eight goals for the Heed, but struggled living so far away from his family in Gloucester, so signed for Kidderminster in January 2015. He scored four goals in 16 games, before making the switch to the LCI Rail Stadium.