|Full name||Nicolás Ladislao Fedor Flores|
|Date of birth||19 August 1985|
|Place of birth||Caracas, Venezuela|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|1989–2001||Santo Tomás de Villanueva|
|2004–2005||→ Alcoyano (loan)||21||(5)|
|2005–2006||→ Salamanca (loan)||36||(18)|
|2006||→ Ciudad Murcia (loan)||8||(0)|
|2007–2008||→ Gimnàstic (loan)||29||(2)|
|2008–2009||→ Salamanca (loan)||37||(15)|
|2012–2013||→ Celtic (loan)||11||(2)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 June 2014.
† Appearances (Goals).
On 27 August 2009, having returned to the Che after a strong season with UD Salamanca (finishing as joint-fifth in the goal charts), he scored a hat-trick in a UEFA Europa League 4–1 home win against Stabæk Fotball.
However, clearly deemed surplus to requirements at Valencia – only third or fourth-choice striker – Miku was sold in January 2010 to Getafe CF, signing a four 1/2-year deal. He scored on his debut, a 2–1 win at RCD Mallorca in the quarterfinals of the Copa del Rey, as a second-half substitute.
Benefitting from the absence of first-choice Roberto Soldado due to injury, Miku began appearing regularly as a starter: on 28 March 2010 he netted twice in a 3–1 win at Deportivo de La Coruña, adding another brace three rounds later, in a 3–0 home success against Villarreal CF, also in La Liga.
Miku started the 2011–12 season as first-choice, over veteran Daniel Güiza and Adrián Colunga. He scored three goals in his first two league games, against Levante UD (1–1 home draw) and Real Madrid (2–4 away loss), and ended the campaign with 12 goals, best in the squad.
Miku made his debut with Venezuela on 16 August 2006, in a 0–0 friendly with Honduras. Later, he was an important member of the squads that competed in the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, scoring in a 2–0 home triumph against Colombia on 31 March 2009.
On 9 September 2009, Miku netted twice in a 3–1 home victory over Peru; this brought Venezuela closer to its first-ever FIFA World Cup qualification, which eventually did not happen. He represented the nation at the 2011 Copa América, scoring in a 3–3 draw against Paraguay, helping his team to the second place in the group stage and an eventual fourth-place finish.
- As of 29 November 2013
|Ciudad de Murcia||2006–07||8||0||1||0||—||9||0|
- "Nunca paro de correr" ("I never stop running"); El País, 21 October 2009 (Spanish)
- El crack de Venezuela que se les anima a todos, y también a Chávez (Venezuela star jumps on everyone, including Chávez); Clarín, 14 July 2011 (Spanish)
- Miku del Valencia B, cedido al Nàstic de Tarragona (Miku from Valencia B, loaned to Nàstic de Tarragona); Join Futbol, 25 August 2007 (Spanish)
- Nicolás Ladislao Fedor Flores "Miku" del Valencia CF, cedido al Salamanca (Nicolás Ladislao Fedor Flores "Miku" from Valencia CF, loaned to Salamanca); Join Futbol, 27 August 2008 (Spanish)
- Valencia 4–1 Stabaek; ESPN Soccernet, 27 August 2009
- El Getafe asalta el Ono Estadi (Getafe takes over Ono Estadi); Marca, 20 January 2010 (Spanish)
- Depor's European hopes hammered; ESPN Soccernet, 28 March 2010
- Yellow Submarines are sunk; ESPN Soccernet, 13 April 2010
- Juanlu saves Levante; ESPN Soccernet, 28 August 2011
- Benzema at the double; ESPN Soccernet, 10 September 2011
- Champions sign two more new Bhoys; Celtic's official website, 31 August 2012
- Miku: 'I shouldn't have joined Celtic'; Sportsmole, 2 April 2013
- Club unveil Miku; Al-Gharafa's official website, 30 September 2013
- Miku swaps Getafe for Al-Gharafa; Yahoo! Sports, 1 October 2013
- Nicolás Fedor and Grenddy Perozo seal stunning Venezuela comeback; The Guardian, 14 July 2011
- "N. Fedor". Soccerway. Retrieved 27 March 2014.