Raymond Grant from
Morningthorpe was part of the Under-15 squad in 2010/11 but was
not given an academy contract for the 2012/13 season (according
to the matchday programme for the game vs Wolves on 24th March
However he made seventeen appearances for the Academy in the
2012/13 season and is listed in the Norwich City club handbook
for the 2013/14 season as one of the club's Under-18 players.
Ray is the son of former Norwich midfielder and manager Peter
Grant. Like his father, Ray plays in midfield.
He became a regular in Norwich's Under-21s and made his debut
for the Scottish Under-19 squad in August 2014.
Ray was awarded a professional contract in April 2015.
Ray signed a new one year contract in June 2016.
Grant made his Norwich debut as a substitute in the 1-0 FA Cup Third Round replay defeat at Southampton on 18th January 2017
On 17th February 2017, Grant joined Conference side Dagenham & Redbridge on a youth loan until 15th May 2017. He made his debut the following day but was withdrawn at half-time with the daggers 1-0 down at home to lowly Guiseley. They went on to lose 2-1. He played just two further games for the Daggers.
On 5th May 2017, it was announced that Ray would be leaving the Canaries when his contract expires on 30th June 2017.
He was linked with Scottish side St Mirren but signed for Clyde on 6th February 2018. He made 16 appearances in the remainder of the 2017/18 season.
Grant moved to Alloa Athletic in the August 2020; the side managed by his father..
He moved to Stirling Albion in May 2021. He had played 30 games for Alloa.