Glenn Murray arrived at Brighton & Hove Albion on a season-long loan deal from Bournemouth in July 2016, before the striker signed a permanent deal midway through that season.
Murray began his career at Carlisle United, where he graduated through their youth set-up before eventually earning a move to Rochdale following a successful loan spell at Spotland.
A total of 26 goals in 60 appearances for the League Two side fired Murray into the spotlight, and prompted then-Albion boss Dean Wilkins to sign him in January 2008 for a fee of £300,000.
He went on to make 136 appearances in his first spell, scoring 56 times – including 22 goals in the 2010/11 campaign when Albion clinched the League One championship.
He left the club that summer to join Crystal Palace on a free transfer, eventually helping the Eagles to gain promotion into the Premier League with a stunning 31-goal haul in the 2012/13 season.
Murray has since enjoyed a loan spell with Reading, before signing for Bournemouth for £4million in September 2015.
After scoring memorable goals for the Cherries at Stamford Bridge and the Etihad Stadium, Murray fell out of contention and re-joined the Seagulls on loan this season, before making the move permanent.
The experienced frontman broke the 20-goal barrier in his first season back at the club, helping in the club secure promotion to the Premier League and was also included in the 2016/17 EFL Championship Team of the Season.
Murray fired 14 goals [12 in the Premier League] during the 2017/18 season, as he helped the Seagulls avoid relegation, finish 15th and reach the quarter-finals of the Emirates FA Cup.
The Seagulls frontman continued his goalscoring form into the 2018/19 campaign, and scored his 100th Albion goal in a 1-0 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers in October 2018.
The strike ensured he became the club's record post-war goalscorer, beating Kit Napier's tally of 99 goals.
He scored 15 goals in all competitions in 2018/19, and heads into the new campaign needing another 15 to beat Tommy Cook’s all-time tally of 123.
Murray and Whelan named PFA Community Champions
Glenn Murray and Fern Whelan have both received awards from the PFA in recognition of their outstanding community work.
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Albion striker talks about life at home, staying in touch with teammates and a potential return to action.
Murray: Crisis has united football
Albion striker says the Coronavirus outbreak has brought together players across the Premier League.
Murray: Let's make return to action a celebration
Albion striker on completing the season in front of full stadiums.