Coventry City academy graduate Courtney Baker-Richardson is now a free agent after being released by Championship side Swansea City.
The 24-year-old has struggled with injuries since making the extraordinary leap from local non-league side Leamington to the Premier League in 2017.
The striker also has a brief trial with then-Premier League champions Leicester City, but the Foxes opted not to sign him.
Since being released by the Sky Blues in 2014, Baker-Richardson has turned out for a host of non-league teams and bagged 21 goals in 62 games for Leam.
It was those impressive performances that saw him jump six divisions in a single transfer move.
The following summer, Swansea were been relegated to the Championship allowing him game time where he scored four goals in 21 appearances under Graham Potter.
He then spent last season on loan in Lancashire with Accrington Stanley but managed only two league appearances.
And he has now been named on the Swansea’s retained list.
Baker-Richardson joins a list of former Sky Blues stars released by clubs up and down the Football League this summer.
That list includes Joe Muprhy, Romain Vincelot and George Thomas who are all now in search of new clubs.