Atdhe Nuhiu spent seven years at Sheffield Wednesday between 2013 and 2020.
The Kosovo international arrived at Hillsborough from Rapid Wien, scoring eight goals in his first season in the Championship.
During his seven years in Yorkshire, the towering striker scored 50 goals in 277 appearances for the Owls, with 40 of those goals coming in the Championship.
Whilst Nuhiu may never have been the most talented of strikers, his physical presence and loveable nature made him an adored figure at Hillsborough.
Nuhiu left Wednesday at the end of the 2019/20 season upon the expiry of his contract, but how has he got ever since?
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Nuhiu joined APOEL after leaving Wednesday, spending only one season in Cyprus and scoring only one goal in 28 games.
His contract was terminated after only one season, and he then went and joined Austrian club SC Rheindorf Altach.
Nuhiu has since made 11 appearances for Altach, scoring four goals in 11 appearances. The striker has scored three goals in 10 games in the Austrian Bundesliga.
He has already picked up five bookings in 11 appearances, hinting at his fiery, aggressive nature when leading the line.
Nuhiu was a slight cult hero at Hillsborough, and Wednesday fans will undoubtedly wish him well wherever his career takes him after Altach.