With Bolton Wanderers handing out so many trials that a shit ITV1 gameshow could feasibly created about it, the club have invited Kamil Wilczek to train with the team this week, so Neil Lennon can rule a judging eye over him.
As you can imagine, information about the 27-year-old Piast Gliwice (who play in the Polish first division) forward is rather hard to come by. However, we've managed to deduce that the 6ft1" attacker was once a midfielder, but was converted to a striker after he re-signed for his current club in 2013. Since then he's scored 17 goals in 49 games, which equals to about a goal every 2.9 games.
Not too bad of a record at all.
Before leaving Zaglabie Lubin to rejoin Gliwice, however, he'd only scored 14 goals in over 113 games.
His career certainly seems like a strange one, and I'd love to know how Lennon and his scouting staff found him in the first place.
We'll be keeping an intrigued eye on Wilczek throughout the duration of his stay here, and who knows - maybe he can join the long list of prestigious Poland strikers who've played for Bolton: Grzegorz Rasiak and Ebi Smolarek.