Blues completed the signing of striker Jack Storer from Stevenage in May 2016 for an undisclosed compensation package that is structured on the player’s progression and success.
Birmingham-bor Storer returned to the Club having previously been with Blues' Academy up until the Under-15 level.
After leaving Blues he made the switch to the Wolves Academy before joining Stevenage in 2014 as a scholar. He signed his first professional contract with them in September 2015.
Standing at 6ft 1in tall, he made his debut as a 77th minute substitute for The Boro in their 3-0 defeat to Leyton Orient in August 2015.
Storer was initially re-signed by Blues as an addition to the Club's Development Squad, but his impressive form during the 2016/17 pre-season campaign during which he scored seven goals in seven appearances, including four for the First Team, saw him elevated to the senior squad.
Ahead of the 2016/07 campaign Storer was rewarded with a new two-year contract.
He made his Blues First Team debut in the opening Championship game of the 2016/17 season against Cardiff City as a late substitute.
After a making a further three appearances he joined League Two side Yeovil Town on loan in January 2017.
But having made just one appearance for the Glovers, it was cancelled by mutual consent and he returned to St. Andrew's.