Harvey joined the reds on a one-year deal in July 2016, departing from his home town club Plymouth Argyle.
The forward joined the Pilgrims in 2004 aged nine and spent his entire youth career with the Devon based side.
He signed professional terms in 2012 having impressed manager Carl Fletcher, with prolific form in the youth side. He made his debut in a 1-0 loss to Bradford City at Valley Parade, and scored his first goal in a 1-1 draw with Devon rivals Torquay United.
In 2014 he signed for Salisbury City on loan where he made four appearances and scoring once against Newport County.
He returned to the Argyle and made several substitute appearances until 2016, where he was loaned out to National League South side Bath City.
His time at Bath was superb, where he scored four goals in five games including two in the Somerset derby against Weston Super Mare, both coming in stoppage game to turn the game on its head. His effort from the half-way line to equalise is fondly remembered at Twerton Park.
In the summer of 2016 he was offered terms with Plymouth but opted to join Gary Mills’ Wrexham side ahead of the 2016/2017 National League season.
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