Joined the Saints in November 2004 and played in 84 consecutive league games until being suspended in November 2006 after being dismissed in an FA Cup tie. The 2005-06 season saw him set a club record of seven consecutive home clean sheets and also equal the club record of six consecutive clean sheets (home and away matches). Such achievements helped the Bostonian win the Supporters Player of the Year award. Began his career with Coventry City where he collected an FA Youth Cup winners medal - against a Southampton side containing Alan Shearer and Matt Le Tissier - and has since had spells with Kettering Town, Fisher Athletic, Aylesbury United, Scarborough, Dagenham & Redbridge, Malaysian side Sabeh and represented the FA. But it was during a twelve-year stay with Boston United that he built his reputation where 625 appearances secured the title of â€˜Boston Unitedâ€™s greatest ever playerâ€™. He missed just one match during Bostonâ€™s Conference winning season and was ever present during the Pilgrims first two seasons in the Football League. Also made a dozen appearances in Division Four of the Football League for Cambridge United including the final ten games of the 1987-88 season when he conceded just nine goals. Made his 125th appearance for St Albans with the Saints final Conference National match of 2006-07, joined Rushden & Diamonds in the summer but returned to Clarence Park at the start of March 2008 and six matches later was named Conference South Player of the Month. Played in all of the Saints final eleven matches of the season and such was his influence he became only the second player to win the Supporters Club Player of the Season trophy for a second time.