Lee Novak played a total of 69 games for Birmingham City, but where did the striker end up after his stint at St.Andrews?
After establishing himself as a striker for Gateshead and Huddersfield, Novak was signed by Birmingham in the 2013/2014 season where he would follow former boss Lee Clark.
Scoring his first goal for the Blues in a 4-0 win over Shamrock Rovers during pre-season, before netting his first competitive strike on the opening day of the season against Watford.
Despite a relatively good debut season, Novak was released by the Blues in the 2015/2016 season, and he would then move to Charlton Athletic, where he scored three goals in 37 games.
Leaving Charlton, Novak would go on to Scunthorpe in League Two and he would finish last season with a commendable 13 goals in 47 games.
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Currently on the books at Scunthorpe, Novak is edging closer and closer to the end of his playing days in the Football League.
The Newcastle born striker does continue to start for Scunthorpe on a weekly basis, but his goal return this season has been minimal with just four goals this term.
Having began his professional career relatively late, following non-league football, Novak has had a good career in the Football League, scoring over 100 goals.