A midfielder or right-sided defender with good shooting and passing ability, Pritchett also has a real turn of pace, which can be attributed to younger days in athletics. Like a number of players in the national team frame, Pritchett has quality football pedigree with his father Keith having played over 200 matches for Watford in England, before enjoying success as both a player and coach at Waitakere in New Zealand.
Another who has only limited experience of professional football having played briefly for the Football Kingz in the now defunct Australian National Soccer League. Despite this Pritchett impressed enough to earn three caps during the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Oceania zone qualifying campaign. However he disappeared from national team reckoning by the time the FIFA Confederations Cup South Africa 2009 and FIFA World Cup playoff took place during 2009.
Pritchett has played recent seasons with Auckland City culminating last year in a stunning double triumph over city-rivals Waitakere to earn both the New Zealand domestic crown and the OFC O-League title. Victory in the latter ensured Pritchett and Auckland City earned a ticket to the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2009. The current season has seen Pritchett make regular appearances for the club en route to another domestic premiership.