Date of birth
Cauley Woodrow returned to Luton Town after more than a decade away, with the striker joining for undisclosed fee from Barnsley.
Woodrow started his career at Luton Town, joining the academy as a 14-year-old and winning a prestigious European five-a-side tournament with the Under-16s before making his first team debut 12 days after his 16th birthday away at Welling United in the FA Trophy.
That introduction to senior football in December 2010 continued with two further appearances in the Trophy, in victories over Uxbridge and Gloucester City, before the Hemel Hempstead-born youngster became the first the first Non-League player to be capped at youth level for England since the 1970s when he was selected for the Under-17s in February 2011.
He then made a permanent switch to Premier League Fulham in March 2011 for a six-figure fee, and spent eight years at Craven Cottage, making 66 appearances for the Cottagers as well as earning further international recognition at Under-20 and 21 level.
Woodrow also enjoyed loan spells with Southend United, Burton Albion, Bristol City and finally Barnsley – whom he later joined on a permanent basis in January 2019.
He helped the Tykes to League One promotion alongside the Hatters in 2018-19, scoring 12 times in 24 appearances, before netting 15 goals in both of their first two campaigns back in the Championship, helping the Yorkshire side reach the play-offs in 2020-21.