Date of birth
Filipe Morais quickly endeared himself to Bolton Wanderers supporters after joining the Club on a free transfer in February 2017 and agreed a one-year deal back in June.
The former Portugal Under-21s international came through the youth ranks at Chelsea under Jose Mourinho before making his professional debut on loan at MK Dons in January 2006.
Moving to Millwall permanently later that year, the winger later enjoyed spells north of the border with Hibernian, Inverness Caledonian Thistle and St Johnstone before returning to England with stints at Oldham Athletic and Stevenage.
Brought to Bradford by Parkinson in August 2014, Morais made 71 appearances during his two-and-a-half years at Valley Parade, scoring eight goals, and was a member of the Bantams side that reached the Sky Bet League One play-offs in 2015/16.
Handed his Wanderers debut away at MK Dons, the midfielder put in a man-of-the-match performance in his maiden appearance at Macron Stadium as the Whites recorded an emphatic 4-1 victory and finished the season with 13 assists and two goals to his name.