Jack Marriott joined Derby County for an undisclosed fee from Sky Bet League One side Peterborough United on a three-year deal.
The striker’s form in the lower leagues has been impressive over the past three years. He was a regular scorer of goals for Luton Town and the Posh which persuaded Frank Lampard to sign the striker.
After starting his career with Ipswich Town, the striker enjoyed a number of loan spells away from the club. He had three spells on loan with Woking where he netted 16 goals in 41 appearances, and he also had loan spells with Gillingham, Carlisle United and Colchester United.
Marriott found a permanent home with Luton Town in Sky Bet League Two. He scored eight goals in his first season, and 14 in his second, helping them to the play-offs before defeat in the semi-finals against Blackpool.
Interest in Marriott rose, and Peterborough manager Grant McCann signed the striker for an undisclosed fee at the start of the 2017/18 season.The striker would end the season as the Sky Bet League One top goalscorer, netting 27 goals for the club. His clinical finishing and intelligence around the box persuaded Derby County to sign the striker for an undisclosed fee.