Born: Bristol (August 28, 1975)
Height: 5ft, 8in.
Weight: 10st, 7lbs.
Date signed: June 29, 2007
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Signed from: Colchester United, undisclosed fee (thought to be about �750,000)
Contract: June 2010
City debut: v Everton H (Nov 5, 1994)
Former clubs: Norwich City, Bournemouth (loan), Bristol Rovers, Reading, Queens Park Rangers, Swindon Town, Colchester United, Barnsley (loan)
Season 2008/09 apps: 23 Goals: 1
Norwich City apps: 100 Goals: 21
Barnsley (loan, 08): 7 starts, plus 1 as sub, 2 goals
Colchester (05-07): 54 starts, plus 2 as sub, 31 goals.
Swindon (05-06): 22 starts, plus 10 as sub, 7 goals.
QPR (04-05): 23 starts, plus 23 as sub, 7 goals.
Reading (00-03): 89 starts, plus 38 as sub, 55 goals.
Bristol Rovers (96-00): 190 starts, plus 10 as sub, 78 goals.
Bournemouth (95, loan): 0 starts, plus 6 as sub, 0 goals.
Norwich (93-96): 13 starts, plus 19 as sub, 6 goals.
Total: 398 starts, plus 109 as sub, 186 goals.
Jamie is currently in his second spell with the Canaries having begun his career here at Carrow Road in the early 1990s. He returned to Carrow Road in the summer of 2007 after an excellent season as the Championship's top scorer with Colchester United in 2006-07. He top-scored with 14 goals on his return season at Carrow Road in 2007-08 but found opportunities and goals harder to come by last season and was loaned to Barnsley in mid-season. Jamie will certainly be looking to hit the back of the net for City on a regular basis again in 2009-10.