Dominic joined on a youth loan from Sheffield United where he his regarded as one of the most promising talents in English football. He started with Sheffield at an early age, and the Blades were keen to see him progress. Little could they know just how far he would go. He joined Celtic ahead of the Hyde Festive Fixtures. He was having a slow start, until he got a crack on the head that caused his eye to start to swell. He could have given up, but instead he decided to show Hyde what he could really do. He almost scored, denied by a good save, with his strike partner tapping in the rebound, before the second half saw him soar, scoring two and making the fourth. In the reverse, he was head and shoulders above the other twenty-one players on the pitch, setting up Paul Ennis for a hattrick and took Hyde apart in a 7-1 win. This was enough to set him up as a legend, but there was more to come. He was recalled to Sheffield far too soon for the liking of the Celtic fans. He was immediately sent back on loan, this time further up the pyramid with Northampton Town, where he made 20 appearances and scored 5. David Unsworth of Everton had been watching this remarkable rise. Everton made a bit of Â£1.5m that was accepted in 2016. It took a little while, but soon DC-L was knocking them in for the Premiership. This coincided with a call up to the England Under20s, with 14 appearances and 6 goals, before moving to the Under 21s, with 17 appearances and 7 goals. On 8th of October 2020, he pulled on the full England shirt. And scored, capping a meteoric rise.