Birmingham City have reached an agreement to sign Gillingham wideman Jordan Graham.
Ex-Wolves and Gillingham winger, Graham, has signed a two-year contract with Birmingham City, which includes the option of an extension of a further year.
The former England U17 international had enjoyed the most productive season of his career, with the Gills in League One last season – wracking up 13 goals and nine assists.
Graham, told Blues TV, that he is eager to prove that he can perform at Championship level, after having to ply his trade in League One to reignite his career, following his release from Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2020.
“I’m over the moon,” Graham said. “I’m delighted to come here, be back in the Championship and hopefully show people what I can do.
“Last season was a good year for me in terms of performance and numbers and I want to build on that now.
“You get the impression that the Club’s heading in a new direction and it’s a really positive feeling.
The 26-year-old attacker also revealed, Blues boss Lee Bowyer has been a long-time admirer of his and had registered interest in signing him whilst he was manager of Charlton Athletic.
“I got that when I met the manager last week. I knew he was interested in me when he was at Charlton so when he came here, I was already thinking this would be an ideal move. Said Graham.
“I’m delighted it’s all worked out perfectly and I couldn’t be happier.”