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UPDATED 06:30 8th August 2015

Moses Odubajo arrives at the KC Stadium with a rising profile and plenty of experience already under his belt.

At the age of 22, he already had more than 150 senior appearances to his name having come through the ranks at Leyton Orient before making the move to Brentford.

He made his senior debut for Orient as a substitute in a Football League Trophy match against Dagenham & Redbridge in 2011, with his first senior goal arriving at the end of the 2011/12 season in a 2-1 win against Rochdale.

After racking up more than 100 games in an Orient shirt, Odubajo made the step up to the Championship with a move to Brentford in the summer of 2014 and in an impressive first season at Griffin Park, in which he was employed largely at right back, he helped the Bees into the play-offs before they were beaten by Middlsbrough in the semi-finals. 

Having also represented England at U20 level, the right-sided player is now keen to make an impression following his £3.5million move to the Tigers.

After helping the Club to secure an immediate return to the Premier League via the Play-Offs, scoring in the semi-final victory over Derby County, his chance of playing in the top flight was delayed after suffering a long-term knee injury in pre-season.

Sadly, Moses suffered a further serious knee injury upon his return to full training in October 2016 which means an estimated further six months on the sidelines.