Spray made his Football League debut for Accrington Stanley on 21 October 2011, playing the full 90 minutes against Cheltenham Town.
He returned to Wolves at the end of his loan spell on 31 October 2011.
its name deriving from the Old English Duddan Leah, meaning Dudda's clearing, and one of its churches being named in honour of the Anglo-Saxon King and Saint, Edmund.
Mentioned in the Domesday Book as Dudelei, Of historical significance, the town was attacked by King Stephen in 1138, after a failed siege of the castle following the Baron's decision to support Empress Matilda's claim to the throne during The Anarchy.
He scored his first goal for Telford in his first competitive start, scoring in the 15th minute against Braintree Town.
His second goal came in a 3-3 draw versus Cambridge United He signed for Stourbridge on a 28-day loan scoring in his debut. At the end of a poor season for Telford, Spray was not offered a new contract for the next season.
Spray joined Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2006 to become part of their academy group, signing a professional contract in 2009.