Luton City have signed Barnsley striker Cauley Woodrow for an undisclosed payment.
The 27-year-old started his profession as a junior at Kenilworth Street and performed for them within the FA Trophy when he was simply 16, earlier than transferring to Fulham in 2011.
Woodrow spent 4 seasons with Tykes – the primary of them on mortgage – and scored 53 objectives in 157 video games however missed a part of the earlier time period with a knee damage.
He was a part of the staff that gained promotion from League One 2019 and reached the Championship playoffs 2021.
“Cauley is a very excellent signing for us – a signing of tents,” stated Luton supervisor Nathan Jones.
“He’s a participant with actually good technical capacity, he provides us good choices within the attacking space and he’s a kind of participant that we wouldn’t have, a very sensible participant.”
Woodrow made six Premier League appearances for Fulham on the finish of the 2013-14 season, drawing 2-2 towards Crystal Palace.
He had loans to Southend, Burton Albion and Bristol Metropolis earlier than becoming a member of Barnsley in the summertime of 2018.
Particulars concerning the size of his contract with Luton haven’t been revealed.
“I am somewhat emotional about being again in Luton City. That is the place I began my journey as an expert footballer and (supervisor) Gary Candy all the time stated I’d come again and play someday,” stated Woodrow.
“Taking part in my soccer the place it began, it is nice for me.”
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