Joined St Albans City just prior to the start of the 1999-2000 season, during Bob Dowieâ€™s brief reign as manager, after three seasons with Watford.
A fast striker he scored five times in 33 games for the Hornets and had loan spells with Cambridge United (2 appearances) and Peterborough United (10 app, 5 goals).
His first game for St Albans was a friendly against Rushden & Diamonds during which he scored in a 1-1 draw. Diamonds manager Brian Talbot spent the next day trying to get hold of Andrews but St Albans moved swiftly to place him on a contract.
His early performances for the Saints were impressive, his speed was not something non-league defences were comfortable with and it was his electrifying pace which paved the way for City to record their first win of the season, 4-3 at Chesham United having trailed 3-1 with eight minutes remaining â€“ Andrews scored twice. Joined Aldershot Town the following February, shortly after heading to Nottingham Forest for a trial, having scored 16 goals in 30 games.
Had a season with Chesham United, again under Dowie before joining Oldham Athletic in May 2002. Oldhamâ€™s assistant manager at this time was Iain Dowie.
Scored 12 times in 45 games for Oldham before turning out for a succession of clubs; Colchester United (56app/16gls), Crystal Palace (40/1), Coventry City (11/1), Sheffield Wednesday (loan) 9/1), Bristol City (loan) (10/3), Leeds United (loan) (2/0), Bristol Rovers (loan) 1/0) and in 2008-09 Luton Town (10/0).