Striker Omar Bogle became Neil Warnock’s eighth addition of the 2017 summer transfer window, signing a contract which runs until 2020.
He impressed in the National League North with Solihull Moors, before making his breakthrough with Grimsby Town. After scoring the winner in the semi-final second leg, the twenty-six-year-old led the Mariners to victory in the National League Play-Off Final. Bogle scored two goals at Wembley during a 3-1 win against Forest Green Rovers, securing promotion to League Two.
Following a successful start to life in the EFL, Bogle joined Wigan Athletic in January 2017, but spent just six months at the DW Stadium, scoring three goals. He signed for the Bluebirds eight months later. Bogle has scored three goals for City to date, against Ipswich Town, Bristol City and Norwich City.
The striker has recently enjoyed loan spells with Peterborough United, Birmingham City and Portsmouth.