Date of birth
Forward. Pacy wideman signed as a free agent in September 2018, penning a contract until the end of the season, after a spell training with the Hatters.
Having started his career at Newcastle United, where his older brother Lomana had previously starred, the Congolese attacker had loan spells at Doncaster Rovers and Brighton & Hove Albion, before joining the latter permanently in 2011 and helping them win promotions from League One and the Championship.
The 28-year-old previously worked with manager Nathan Jones on the south coast, where he spent seven years and made the bulk of his 228 appearances in a career that has also included two loan spells with Queens Park Rangers.
Left the Amex in January 2018 to sign for Sunderland, but left the Black Cats after their relegation from the second tier in May.
Re-signed for the Hatters in summer 2019 and scored three goals in the Championship last season, in both fixtures against Fulham and a vital goal against Hull during the penultimate game.
He then extended his stay at Kenilworth Road, signing a new contract following Town's survival in the second division.
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