Elliott Durrell began his career in non-league with the youth set-up at Hednesford Town before heading to AFC Telford United.
He joined the senior set-up with AFC Telford United in 2007 before a loan spell with Rushall Olympic in 2008. Later that year he returned to his former club Hednesford.
Durrell spent six years with the Pitmen, with a brief loan spell at Evesham United, and became one of the club's icons with impressive performances at Keys Park and picking up the Northern Premier League player of the season award in 2013.
In January 2014, Wrexham manager Andy Morrell targeted the Shrewsbury-born midfielder and snapped him up, seeing Durrell sign his first professional contract at the age of 24. He made his debut in February 2014 in a 2-1 loss to Dartford in the National League.
Durrell's first professional goal came in September 2014 in a 3-0 win over Eastleigh, which he followed up three days later scoring the winner in a 1-0 victory over Kidderminster Harriers.
In the summer of 2015 he departed the Racecourse and signed for Tamworth and scored 13 goals in the National League North, returning to non-league's top tier in 2016 signing for Chester FC.
After impressive performances for Chester, Durrell signed for Macclesfield Town on a 2-year contract. He made his debut in a 1-0 win over Wrexham at the Racecourse on the opening day of the 2017/18. Durrell was part of a hugely succesful season that saw the Silkmen promoted to the EFL as champions of the division.
After his contract expired in 2019 and with the club in serious financial difficulty, Durrell left Moss Rose and eventually penned a short-deal with York City. After a few months he moved on to Altrincham in February 2020. The season was postponed shortly afterwards but in the summer of 2020 the National League North play-offs were resumed with Durrell instrumental in their victory over Chester and eventually Boston United in the final to secure promotion.
In August 2020 Durrell signed for Wrexham on a one-year contract and linked up with manager and former team-mate Dean Keates.