Date of birth
Tall, quick and tenacious, Aaron Williams gives defenders plenty to think about. Signing for The Exiles in January 2017, the striker acted as an impact player coming off the bench at crucial times to sure up wins for the Exiles when they needed them most.
Aaron began his playing career at Walsall when he was a teenager and made a handful of appearances for the Football League Club being let go in 2013.
After a spell at Worcester City, he moved to Rushall Olympic and went on a prolific goal-scoring run which saw him net 28 goals in 39 appearances. The following season, a move to Nuneaton Town saw him continue an impressive goal-scoring rate of 1 in 2 and caught the attention of League One Peterborough United.
In January 2016, Williams joined The Exiles from Peterborough. He played a big part in securing victories in a number of games and got vital goals against Hartlepool and Morecambe.
He described the games he played for The Exiles at the end of the season as 'the biggest games of his career'.
DID YOU KNOW: Williams won the Northern Premier League Premier Division Golden Boot in the 2014-15 Season which saw him get picked for the England C side.