Dominic Ogun is quickly climbing up the appearance charts following his return to the Stags in October 2017.
The full-back returned to Walton Casuals after a brief two-month spell at Chipstead, having made 45 appearances during the 2016-17 campaign, and has remained a regular on the teamsheet.
Ogun began his career as a striker in the youth ranks of Staines Town, alongside current teammate Jack Battie, and made two appearances for the first team in the Conference South.
Joining Guildford City for the 2013-14 season, he took the step to senior football with ease and scored three goals in 40 appearances from the midfield. His performances saw him scoop the Player of the Year award and a move to Ryman Division One South club Walton & Hersham in August 2014.
In March 2016, he was one of several future Casuals players to join Chipstead and help them survive a relegation battle before a switch to the Stags in the summer.
A regular name on the team sheet for Anthony Gale during the 2016-17 campaign, Ogun became the fifth most used player throughout the season while helping himself to two goals. His first came in a 4-2 win at Hythe Town in September, before contributing to a 4-4 thriller with Herne Bay in February.
Ogun returned to former club Chipstead for pre-season in the summer of 2017, but his time at the club was short lived. Making nine appearances for the Chips, including a 4-0 defeat at the hands of Walton Casuals, he was reunited with Gale in late September 2017.
He made his 50th appearance for the club in a four-goal stalemate with Ramsgate the following month.