Previous clubsFulham, Leyton Orient, Cambridge United, Whitehawk
BiographyElliot joined us in the Summer of 2017 after leaving then National League South side Whitehawk.
A solid defender, Elliot can play both right-back and centre-back, being comfortable in both positions.
He started his youth career off with Fulham, making 11 appearances in total for the first team and also spent time out on loan at Norwich City and Charlton Athletic.
Upon leaving Fulham in 2010, he signed for Leyton Orient where he stayed until a criminal conviction saw him sentenced to prison in 2011. The O's re-signed Elliot after his release in 2013 and in 2014 he was nominated for the PFA Player in the Community Award for his work with the Leyton Orient Community Sports Programme.
Short spells at Cambridge United and Whitehawk followed before signing for the Clarets, making his debut in the 2-0 win over Gloucester City in August 2017, starting the game as captain.