One of League One’s most prolific strikers, Taylor was snapped up by the Addicks after three seasons at AFC Wimbledon, which saw him become their all-time record EFL goalscorer with 44 goals.
The club felt the full force of his talent last season, as he scored three times against Charlton, prompting Lee Bowyer to make him his number one transfer target.
The hitman arrives of the back of scoring 23 goals and contributing to seven assists in his first season with the Dons while spearheading them towards promotion. The next two seasons saw the striker score 14 goals and 18 respectively.
Having started his playing days at Millwall, he represented Concord Rangers, notching a formidable 34 goals in 42 appearances, forcing a move to AFC Bournemouth in the process.
24 goals in 34 games for Falkirk followed before joining Sheffield United and then Scunthorpe United in 2015.
It was during his three years with the Dons where Taylor’s pace, prowess and skill thrived, with various clubs interested in his signature this summer.
An impressive pre-season saw him score against Queens Park Rangers, Welling United and Dulwich Hamlet before he scored from the spot on his league debut at Sunderland on the opening day.