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Posted 9th August 2016 at 10:30 am

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Fryatt made 26 appearances and scored six goals during his debut season at The City Ground after arriving on a three-year deal from Hull City in July 2014.

The forward joined on a free transfer and made his mark early on, scoring a dramatic winner at Bournemouth and contributing a goal towards the 4-0 win over Reading in the next match.

After rising through the youth system at Walsall, Fryatt was loaned out to Carlisle United where he notched his first professional goal before returning to The Banks’s Stadium to find the net another 30 times.

His talent in front of goal caught the eye of a number of clubs but it was Leicester who earned his services for an undisclosed fee in January 2006. Following The Foxes’ relegation to League One, Fryatt struck 32 goals in the 2008-09 season to fire them back to the Championship.

He suffered a broken jaw in February 2010 which disrupted his time at The King Power Stadium and in January 2011 opted for a fresh start by making the move to Hull.

After grabbing 16 goals in his debut season on Humberside, Fryatt struggled for game time and made a loan switch to Sheffield Wednesday at the beginning of the 2013-14 campaign. It was to prove a timely boost for the striker as he netted four goals in just seven starts at Hillsborough.

Upon Fryatt’s return to Hull he scored six more times, including a goal in The Tigers’ 5-3 FA Cup semi-final win over Sheffield United and a consolation in the 3-1 defeat at Manchester United.

Last updated: 11/05/2015

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