Thomas Andrew "Tommy" Wright (born 28 September 1984) is an English professional footballer and manager, who currently works at Nuneaton Town as a playing-manager.

A former England U19 and U20 international, he started his career with Leicester City, helping them into the Premier League in 2002–03. However he failed to hold down a regular first team place, and was loaned out to Brentford and Blackpool, before transferring to Barnsley in 2006. He helped the "Tykes" to promotion out of League One via the play-offs, before he joined Darlington in January 2007 following a short loan spell at League Two champions Walsall. He was sold on to SPL side Aberdeen in August 2008 for a £100,000 fee. He returned to England in January 2010, signing with Grimsby Town, who were soon relegated out of the Football League. He re-joined Darlington, helping the club to lift the FA Trophy in 2011. He then spent a brief time with Kidderminster Harriers and then Luton Town.

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