JORDAN Clark says he leaves Stanley will some unbelievable memories after sealing a move to Championship side Luton Town.

The 26-year-old was a free agent after turning down the offer of a new contract at the Wham Stadium, but no length of contract has been disclosed by the Hatters.

The winger joined Stanley in 2016 and became a key fixture in the side, playing 184 times and scoring 29 times, including eight in 2019/20 before the season was curtailed.

He was part of Stanley’s League Two title winning team two years ago, and has wished the club well after his departure.

He wrote: “I just want to say a massive thank you to everyone at Accrington, all the staff, the chairman, Buzzer (the groundsman) and everyone else behind the scenes who were all just down to earth, hard-working and caring people who love the club so much.

“The lads who I’ve shared the dressing room with for the last four years, it was an absolute pleasure and we had some unbelievable memories which will stay with me forever.

“It’s always been my goal to play in the Championship and I’m so excited and grateful to get the chance to do it with Luton town.

“Lastly the fans who’s supported me so well on the pitch for the last four years and my family off it, thank you for everything.

“Good luck for the upcoming season and the future.”

Luton, promoted alongside Stanley from League Two in 2018, stayed in the Championship after a final day win over Blackburn Rovers

And delighted to land his man, Hatters boss Nathan Jones said: "He’s a player that we’ve thought highly about for a long, long time.

“He’s a creative player, someone who has a real hunger to do well and from the moment that I met him, I knew that he’d be an excellent Luton player.

“He’s come from a very attacking Accrington side and he’s a very adaptable, creative footballer who has a great work ethic, very athletic – so he ticks a lot of boxes on becoming a Luton Town player.

“From the moment I knew he was available, to meeting him and now signing him, he’s reiterated everything we thought about him. I’m excited to work with him and see what he does for us.

“He’s hungry, he really wants the opportunity and that’s the type of player we’ve always gone for at Luton. We are delighted to sign him and we welcome him to the club.”