Rovers are delighted to confirm the signing of Irish striker Conor Carty on loan from Bolton Wanderers for the remainder of the 2023/24 campaign.
The 21-year-old arrives fresh from a loan with St Patrick’s Athletic in the League of Ireland, where he netted six goals in 41 appearances and started in the FAI Cup final win over Bohemians.
“I’m delighted,” Carty said. “As soon as I knew the move was coming up, I jumped on it straight away. I’m really happy to be here.
“To come to such a big club like Doncaster now, I’m really excited for it.”
Carty came through the ranks at Wolverhampton Wanderers before being snapped up by Bolton in the summer of 2022.
During his time with the Trotters, Carty has also had loan spells with Oldham Athletic and Gateshead.
He has represented the Republic of Ireland at age group level through to U21.
Rovers manager Grant McCann said: “Conor’s a good player. He’s athletic, he wants to run in-behind, he’s a good finisher.
“He’s come here off the back of a good loan with St Pat’s which went really well for him. They won the cup in Ireland and finished in the top three which was a really good season for them.
“We’re really pleased to get him because there was quite a bit of interest in him from the EFL.”
Carty will wear the number 22 shirt during his time with Rovers.