The 23-year-old began his career in Arsenal’s Academy and broke into the first team in 2011 when he played in an FA Cup replay win over Leyton Orient.
A knee injury sidelined him for six months but after making a successful recovery he went on loan to Coventry City in 2012 and played two League One games for the Sky Blues.
He was released by Arsenal in 2013 and joined Hull City in September 2013 and made his Tigers’ debut in a League Cup tie against Huddersfield Town. He finished the season with a loan spell at Stevenage.
An ankle injury sidelined him in January 2015 for the rest of the season. He signed a new six-month contract in July 2015 but left the club by mutual consent during the 2015-16 season and finished the campaign with Grimsby Town.
Conor returned to the club in October 2016 on trial, having worked with Head Coach Dermot Drummy during his time at Arsenal. He made his return in a red shirt in the FA Cup replay at Bristol Rovers on November 16 as an emergency left back.