Aaron is sponsored by Stagecoach
One of the most prolific strikers in lower-League football over recent years, Aaron Mclean had already bagged 14 goals in the opening half of the 2010/11 season prior to his January switch to the Tigers.
The proven hit-man arrived at the KC Stadium following a successful three-and-a-half year spell at Peterborough United, during which time he formed a deadly partnership with Craig Mackail-Smith, as well as a deserved reputation as one of the most feared strikers in lower-League football.
Born in Hammersmith, London, Aaron began his career as a trainee at Leyton Orient. Quickly progressing through the ranks at Brisbane Road, the hard-working forward made his first-team debut at the age of 16 as the O's took on Reading in the League Cup in December 1999.
Aaron's first spell of sustained football came during the 2001/02 League Two campaign, as he made a total of 31 appearances in all competitions for Orient, scoring two goals in the process.
After struggling for game-time the following campaign, Aaron made the decision to drop down to non-League level in order to further his career, enjoying spells at Aldershot Town, and subsequently Grays Athletic.
After scoring 13 goals in 17 appearances for Grays at the beginning of the 2006/07 campaign, Aaron secured a move back to League Football with Peterborough, signing a permanent deal in January 2007 after impressing during a two-month loan spell at London Road.
Soon settling in to life at Posh, Aaron scored an impressive 33 times in all competitions in 2007/08, propelling himself to the top of the goal-scoring charts, and firing Peterborough to promotion from League Two in the process.
Carrying on where he left off the following campaign, Aaron managed a further 18 goals as Posh made it back-to-back promotions, giving the striker the chance to test himself at Championship level for the first time in his career.
By the time of his departure from London Road Aaron had scored an impressive 83 goals in 188 appearances.