“I feel honoured” – Jordan Davies

Following a successful season in Wales, Jordan Davies officially joins Greenock Morton this Summer and we caught up with the forward ahead of his switch to Scotland.

Scoring 26 goals and providing 10 assists across all competitions last season, Jordan finished top of the Welsh Cup scoring charts as Connah’s Quay Nomads went on to win the competition. Lifting silverware and ending the season with over 35 goal contributions, Jordan was also recently named in the JD Cymru Premier Team of the Season, rounding off a fantastic year for the 28-year-old.

Ahead of making the move north, Jordan said, “I feel honoured to have the chance to come up and play for Morton and I’m just really excited to get going now.”

“Last season was a really successful one for myself and the team, I maybe didn’t expect to hit as many goals and assists as I did but it was a terrific season and to finish it by winning the Welsh Cup was a great achievement.”

“I like to think I can provide some excitement for fans and keep them on the edge of their seats. Plenty of goals and assists is obviously my aim to help the team and I wear my heart on my sleeve.”

“Making the switch back to full-time football is something I have always wanted to do, I left a full-time environment around 8 years ago and to now get this opportunity to return to that sort of environment is a massive achievement for myself and my family.”

“The gaffer has had a massive part to play in this move, I know he made the effort to come down and watch me albeit I think that game didn’t finish how we wanted but for him to have picked me from that shows the interest he had in bringing me to the club and ultimately gives me a lot of confidence as well and I can’t wait to officially get started.”

“This move offers me a different challenge, it’s my first move outside of Wales and I’m excited to enter a different league and the new challenge that comes with it.”

“As soon as I signed back in January I made sure to watch most of the games that I could, it’s a good standard and the team were just unlucky to not finish higher, you could see injuries came at the wrong time which had a big effect but going into the new season there’s going to be a newly assembled squad and hopefully we can work together and go one better than last season.”

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