Date of Birth:02/07/1991
Height:6' 1" (185cm)
Weight:12st 0lbs (76.0kg)
Previous Clubs:Barrow (loan), Chesterfield
Jordan Bowery was an unused substitute in the win over Norwich.
His last appearance came in the 1-1 draw against Fulham on April 13.
WHAT HE SAID
I feel like I've improved already even in my short time here. I feel sharper and that's from working with the gaffer and the strikers here.
Joining a club like Villa has been amazing. It's a big Premier League club and the facilities are out of this world. As a young professional footballer trying to progress and improve, it's absolutely perfect.
WHAT OTHERS SAID
Gordon Cowans: Jordan Bowery is handful. He is a big, powerful lad, a good target man and he has got pace as well. He pulls off the shoulders of defenders and gets behind people.
Marc Albrighton: Jordan is a good lad. He's fitted in really well. He's a good player to have in the squad. He can hold the ball up really well and bring players in around him.
Joe Bennett: He's looked good in training - strong, quick and a good finisher. He's only relatively young so you'll see him improving here under Paul Lambert. In the shooting practice the other day I noticed he's got a powerful shot on him. He looks an expert finisher.
Gabby Agbonlahor: Jordan is young, full of energy and determined to do well.
Jordan Bowery joined from Chesterfield in August 2012 to become Paul Lambert's sixth signing for Villa.
Described as 'strong and powerful' by Lambert following his move to Villa Park, Bowery was one of a number of young, hungry additions to the squad during a busy summer.
The Spireites suffered relegation to League Two last season but the quick and tricky forward finished the campaign as top scorer, notching 12 goals overall.
Bowery also played a vital role in Chesterfield's progression to the 2012 final of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
The 21-year-old scored against Notts County in a 3-1 victory and netted twice to help his side to a 4-3 win over Tranmere, while he also featured as they beat Swindon Town 2-0 to lift the trophy at Wembley.
After progressing through the youth ranks, Bowery made his professional Chesterfield debut against Wycombe Wanderers in August 2008, making the then 17-year-old one of the club's youngest ever players.
He spent a short loan spell at non-league Barrow in 2009, making four appearances for the Bluebirds, before scoring his first Football League goal in the form of a last-minute equaliser against Bradford City in January 2011.
Bowery had already played four games, scoring against Rotherham, in 2012-13 before moving to Villa.
He made 102 total appearances for Chesterfield, scoring 17 goals.
Ex-Nottingham Forest striker Bert Bowery, Brian Clough's first signing as boss at the City Ground, is Jordan's father.
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