Ollie Cook Feed
Loan Watch: Landmark win for Reed's Norwich
Read up on a busy weekend of action for Saints’ young loanees
Loan Watch: Gallagher returns from injury for resurgent Birmingham
Gallagher back for Blues in crucial win.
Loan Watch: Targett suffers promotion setback
Fulham concede last-gasp leveller as Cardiff regain initiative.
Loan Watch: Another clean sheet for Lewis
Goalkeeper chalks up eighth shutout of the season.
Loan Watch: Targett defeats Saints teammate Reed
Youngster helps extend Fulham's unbeaten run to 17 league games.
Loan Watch: A busy weekend for Saints' loanees
Six Saints loan players involved in weekend action.
Loan Watch: Targett's Fulham topple league leaders
Defender's unbeaten start to life at Craven Cottage continues.
Cook: We need to pick ourselves up
Southampton Under-23s cannot dwell on their 2-2 draw with Liverpool for too long, insists centre-back Ollie Cook.
Video: Cook on Reds stalemate
Ollie Cook on Saints Under-23s' 2-2 draw with Liverpool.
We want to bounce back, says Cook
Ollie Cook is confident Southampton Under-23s will be able to return to winning ways when they face Bristol City on Thursday.
U23 Preview: Bristol City vs Saints
Radhi Jaïdi and Ollie Cook look ahead to Southampton Under-23s' Premier League Cup tie against Bristol City.
Cook: We're raring to go
Southampton defender Ollie Cook looks ahead to facing Reading in Premier League 2 on Friday
U23 Preview: Saints vs Bristol City
Radhi Jaïdi and defender Ollie Cook preview the upcoming Premier League Cup clash.
Ollie Cook BiographyLast updated 21 Aug 2017
A six-foot-tall central defender, Ollie was drawn to Southampton in January 2014 by its history of producing English players for the first team and the way he could be integrated into what he feels is a ‘family’ at the club.
Formerly of Fulham’s youth ranks, Cook has immediately made an impression at Staplewood, earning him two Under-18 appearances at the tail end of 2013/14 – one of those being a start in the final game of the season against Tottenham Hotspur.
Cook, who made seven Under-21s appearances in 2014/15, was a regular for the Under-18s as he made 27 appearances in all competitions.
A further 19 appearances for the under-18s as well as a breakthrough into the under-21s in 2015/16 was rewarded with a professional contract.