Polish forward Tomasz Cywka played for seven clubs during his spell in England from 2006 to 2015.

He started his career with spells as a youngster in his native country at Polonia Bytom, Zantka Chorzow and Gwarek Zabrze before signing for Wigan Athletic after a successful trial in 2006.

The Latics were in the Premier League at the time and Cywka went on to make just two appearances for their first-team. He was loaned out to Oldham Athletic during his first year at the DW Stadium.

He initially moved onto Derby Count on loan in 2010 in a deal that was later made permanent. He made 47 appearances for the Rams in the Championship and chipped in with five goals.

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Cywka then signed for Reading in January 2012 and played four times for the Royals as they won promotion to the top flight. However, he left the Madejski Stadium at the end of that campaign for Barnsley.

He did well at Oakwell and was a regular for the Tykes during his two years in South Yorkshire. However, he was soon on the move again as he switched to fellow second tier side Blackpool before ending his stay in England in 2015 with a brief spell at Rochdale.

Where is he now?

Cywka, who is now 31 years old, moved back to Poland five years ago for Ekstraklasa outfit Wisla Krakow. He stayed there for two seasons and was then snapped up by seven-time Polish champions Lech Poznan two summers ago.

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The ex-Football League journeyman remains at the Stadion Miejski today and shows no sign of returning to the UK any time soon.