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Manchester born Jennings joined the Dragons initially on loan before making his move permanent in the summer of 2017.

Jennings began his career in the youth team with Manchester City before signing professional terms with Macclesfield Town in 2006.
His professional debut came in the FA Cup, where he came on as a substitute in a 1-0 win over Walsall. He went on to play in the third round of the competition against Premier League giants Chelsea later that season.
In 2008 he spent time on loan with Altrincham before departing Moss Rose in 2009 where he signed for Kettering Town. He spent a year with the Poppies playing 37 league games and was snapped up by Cambridge United in 2010.
After over a century of league appearances for the brother of former red Connor, his next move was to Mansfield Town in the Football League. Just the one season was spent with the Stags before two stints in Gloucestershire.
First with Forest Green Rovers, he chased promotion with the eco-fuelled side but failed in their promotion bid in the play-offs. Following their county rivals Cheltenham Town’s promotion, he switched to Whaddon Road under Gary Johnson.
He made just three appearances for the Robins and was loaned out to Morecambe before heading to North Wales for a loan spell at the Racecourse.
After 15 Wrexham appearances on a temporary basis, he signed permanently under Dean Keates on a 2-year deal.

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