Sheffield Wednesday fans were disappointed when Sean Clare opted for a move away from the club, snubbing the contract offers that were on offer at Hillsborough.
The young midfielder had spent two years in South Yorkshire, spending time out on loan with Accrington Stanley and Gillingham, but then getting himself a first-team gig.
At the turn of the year in 2018, he was thrown in at the deep end, featuring in a goalless draw with Sheffield United. A further four appearances came in the Championship, with Clare even scoring in a 4-2 defeat to Aston Villa at Hillsborough.
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His final Wednesday appearance came on March 10th against Bolton Wanderers, before he eventually moved on.
In this feature, we take a look at what he’s been up to since leaving Hillsborough.
What’s he doing?
In the summer of 2020, Clare secured a move back to the EFL after a couple of seasons with Hearts in Scotland.
He’s currently with Oxford United and is part of Karl Robinson’s side looking to bounce back in League One after last year’s play-off final defeat to Wycombe Wanderers.
In all competitions, Clare has made 10 appearances, including nine in League One. The 24-year-old hasn’t been able to help Oxford set the division alight either, with Robinson’s side picking up only nine points from their opening nine fixtures of the season.
Prior to his move back into the EFL, Clare was with Hearts between 2018 and 2020. He made 71 appearances for the club and scored 12 goals in that time.
Clare featured in the 2018/19 Scottish Cup final, but was on the losing side as Hearts were beaten by Celtic.