Stowmarket Town are thrilled to announce striker Reggie Lambe has agreed to stay with the club for the 2021-22 season.
The Bermuda international joined the club last December and instantly made an impact, scoring in both of Stow’s Buildbase FA Vase wins against Eynesbury Rovers and Norwich CBS.
The 30-year-old has played at a professional level for the likes of Ipswich Town and Cambridge United, and won honours in Canada with Toronto FC.
“Reggie settled in straight into the squad and it feels like he’s been around longer than he has,” Stow manager Paul Musgrove said.
“He’s a great lad to have around as he offers a lot of advice to others, and his quality is second to none.
“He showed his quality in the two games he played last season, and we are all excited to see him again in the coming season.”
Musgrove’s squad for Stow’s first season in the Isthmian League is taking shape, with Lambe the 11th player from the 2020-21 squad to have signed on for the upcoming campaign. They are joined by new signings Kane Munday, Anthony Spyrou and Josh Curry.