Reece signed for Quakers in November 2017, and scored twice on his debut in the FA Trophy against Harrogate.
After starting his career at Hednesford and then playing for Grantham, Coalville, Shepshed Dynamo and Chasetown, he established a great goalscoring reputation at Forest Green Rovers, for whom he scored 35 goals in 108 matches between 2010 and 2014.
He had a brief spell on loan at Wycombe, before he moved to Kidderminster for two seasons, scoring 6 goals in 34 matches.
He played for Macclesfield and Gateshead before having a loan spell at Nuneaton (when Tommy Wright was in charge) in season 2016-17, and joined Tamworth in the summer of 2017. He scored ten goals for Tamworth before joining Quakers.
He went on to score 13 goals by the end of the season. By his far his most-publicised goal was against Chorley, when his celebratory dive into a snowdrift won the Marathon Bet Non League Challenge, which in turn won the club a £20,000 prize and a game against a Legends team.
He started the 2018-19 season with a bang, scoring a hat trick in the 4-2 away win at Brackley.