Experienced striker Harrad began his senior career with Notts County in 2002 making 29 league appearances over three seasons, having been loaned out into non-league with Gresley Rovers scoring 10 goals in 16 games as well as three goals in six games for Tamworth.
Harrad moved on to Burton Albion in 2005 where he spent six seasons and turning out 229 times in the league for the Brewers, scoring 69 goals.
During his time in East Staffordshire he won the Conference Premier (National League) title, scoring 16 goals in their promotion season. He also helped cement their place in the Football League.
Northampton Town was his next stop in 2011 making 18 appearances and scoring six goals before moving on to Bury in the same year. With Bury he spent three years although had two loan spells away from Gigg Lane.
First was Rotherham United in 2012 scoring three goals in eight games before Cheltenham Town came in for the remainder of the 2012/2013 season.
At the beginning of 2014 he joined Alfreton Town where he managed seven goals in 16 games, before Notts County opted to sign the forward in August of the same year.
He made just 12 appearances during his second spell at his home town club, before another loan spell with Cheltenham Town.
A year later he was taken to National League North side Worcester City making ten appearances before signing for Torquay United.
During the summer of 2016 he began training with Wrexham and was signed by Gary Mills on an initial six-month deal.
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