Born: 14 February 1996 (Harlow, England)
Connor Ogilvie is a consistent left-back who has picked up plenty of senior experience out on loan in recent seasons.
He spent 2017-18 with League One side Gillingham, scoring once in 42 appearances in all competitions. He subsequently returned to the Gills on loan in August, 2018, for the first half of the 2018-19 campaign.
Born in Harlow, Connor, who can also play at centre-half, joined our Academy in July, 2012, and made 18 appearances for our Under-18s in 2012-13. He also started all three of our FA Youth Cup ties during that season and was a used substitute in three NextGen Series matches.
In 2013-14 he played 20 times and scored once for our Under-18s in the league, scored twice in two FA Youth Cup ties and made a further seven appearances for the Under-21s, scoring once.
His displays in 2013-14 earned a call into the first team squad for Europa League trips to Tromso and Benfica. Indeed, he was on the bench for our huge last 16 second leg clash at Benfica in March, 2014.
Connor was hit by a knee injury in pre-season 2014 before making his return in September, 2014. He went on to make 16 appearances for our Under-21s in 2014-15, scoring once in a 4-0 home win over Everton on March 2, 2015.
He played in our Under-21s' first league game of the 2015-16 campaign before heading to the Lamex Stadium for the first of his two loan spells with League Two side Stevenage. Despite a couple of stints on the sidelines through injury, he played 24 times that year for the Hertfordshire club, then managed by Spurs legend Teddy Sheringham, and scored once against Plymouth Argyle.
He spent the first half of the 2016-17 season playing for our Under-23s in the Premier League 2, making 10 appearances and scoring in a 2-2 home draw with Chelsea, before returning to Stevenage on loan in January, 2017, where he was virtually ever-present in the second half of the season, starting 18 games in League Two.
Connor has been capped by England at Under-16 and Under-17 levels and was a team-mate of Dele Alli for a spell with the Under-17s.