Birmingham born defender who can operate in either full back position, or at centre back, he arrived at Dales Lane on the eve of the 2016-17 campaign having ending the previous season with neighbours Sutton Coldfield Town. He began his career with West Bromwich Albion and in July 2009 was among eleven Academy youngsters to sign Scholarship deals with the club. He later went on to spent a month on loan at Vikingur Reykjavik F.C.in Iceland in May 2011, where he made one substitute appearance. In May 2012 he signed his first professional contract at The Hawthorns season 2012−13 and was allocated the number forty-one shirt. He was loaned out to Shrewsbury Town in November 2012 and in January 2013 the Shrews extended his stay on a youth loan until the end of the season but was still available for a recall by Albion for their Under-21 League fixtures. After his first loan spell at Shrewsbury Town came to an end, Gayle's contract with West Brom was extended for another season after the club decided to take up the option on his contract. In August 2013, he made his only senior appearance Albion, against Newport County in the League Cup, coming on as a 70th-minute substitute. In November 2013 he returned to Shrewsbury Town for a second loan spell, was not extended beyond its initial period and he returned to his parent club in January 2014, before being released by West Brom at the end of the 2013−14 campaign. During summer 2014 he joined Shrewsbury on a permanent basis, signing a two-year deal. He started season 2014-15 as first choice right back under new manager Micky Mellon, however a change in formation saw him lose his place before being recalled to the side for a televised away match at Luton Town in January 2015. After being part of the Shropshire outfits promotion campaign to League One League Two runners-up, his contract was cancelled by mutual consent in June 2015, despite having a year left to run. In November 2015 he joined Oxford United on an initial one-month, which was extended for a further two months and was then spent on loan at Cambridge United, where he scored on his debut in a 4−2 away win over Morecambe. After returning to Oxford from his loan spell at Cambridge, he eventually moved on to Sutton Coldfield Town in February 2016.
Rejoined Sutton Coldfield Town in September 2016.