Date of birth
The forward joined Luton Town on an undisclosed fee from Barnsley.
Cambridge-born Carlton Morris began his career at Norwich City and was part of the Canaries’ FA Youth Cup winning side of 2013 alongside former Hatters midfielder Cameron McGeehan.
He made one senior appearance for Norwich, but gained valuable experience during several loan spells at Oxford United, York City, Hamilton Academical, Rotherham, Shrewsbury and Milton Keynes.
It was from a season-long loan at the latter that he was recalled in January 2021 to make his first permanent transfer, signing for Barnsley.
Morris netted seven times in just seven starts as the Tykes burst into the Championship play-offs in the second half of that 2020-21 campaign, eventually losing at the semi-final stage to Swansea.
He missed most of the first three-and-a-half months of last term through injury, but returned in mid-November to net another nine goals and he departs Oakwell with an impressive record of 16 from 33 starts and 22 substitute appearances.