MIDFIELDER Luke Freeman spent his youth career with Charlton Athletic and Gillingham, where - at the age of 15 - he became the youngest ever player to feature in the FA Cup.
In 2008, he made the move to Premier League side Arsenal.
During his early days with the Gunners, Freeman gained Football League experience with Yeovil Town and Stevenage.
He would later sign for Stevenage, leaving the Emirates without making a First Team appearance.
His impressive displays for Stevenage earned him a move to Ashton Gate - the home of Bristol City.
In his first season, with Freeman highly influential, City did the double by winning League One and the Football League Trophy.
He was credited with over 20 assists and was named in the 2014/15 PFA Team of the Season.
A regular ever since for the Robins, the 24-year-old leaves Ashton Gate for Loftus Road having made 121 appearances in all competitions, scoring 10 goals.