Grimsby Town, Brigg Town, Boston United, Kings Lynn.
Conor began his career as a teenager with Grimsby Town and was close to being awarded a professional contract in the summer of 2011 but after much deliberation was released by the Mariners in August, 2011.
He then joined Brigg Town and his impressive displays at full back for the Zebras saw him move to Boston United in January, 2012. Whilst at Boston Conor was converted from full back to a defensive midfield during the 2013/15 campaign with considerable success.
He joined Kings Lynn on loan in March, 2015 and made the move permanently at the start of 2015/16. He showed excellent form for the Linnets before limping off during an F.A Cup tie at Barwell in October, 2015. Two months later it was confirmed that he required major surgery to repair the damaged cruciate ligament in his knee.
The road back to fitness was a long and frustrating one for Conor but he was finally given a clean bill of health in January, 2017 and returned to first team action in the final few games of last season.
He was invited back to join pre-season training at Kings Lynn but in May, 2017 25-year-old Conor opted to kick-start his career here at Steel Park.