Marc McNulty joined Sunderland AFC on a season-long loan ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.
The 26-year-old, who joined from EFL Championship side Reading, boasts an impressive goalscoring record throughout his career, having first moved to England in 2014 to join Sheffield United after notching 42 times in 122 appearances for Scottish outfit Livingston.
During his time at Bramall Lane, he scored 14 times in 56 appearances, while also spending time on loan with Portsmouth and Bradford City before departing for Coventry City in 2017.
A two-year spell in Sky Blue yielded a glut of goals as well as promotion, with McNulty firing 28 times in 51 games, including a strike in an EFL League Two Play-Off Semi Final win, which was followed up by a man-of-the-match display at Wembley Stadium, as he won promotion alongside Lee Burge and Jordan Willis.
McNulty joined Reading last summer before being loaned to Hibernian in January 2019, as 17 appearances resulted in eight goals.