Over the past few weeks we have been chatting to all our Player of the Year winners, since its inception in the last 1960s and our latest was the winner 25 years ago… and he is still employed by the club today – youth team coach Andy Fensome.
Fenners speaks about starting his career at Norwich City, moving onto Cambridge United – where he played in the successful John Beck side of the late 1980s and early 1990s and about following John to Deepdale.
He recalls his memories of signing for the club, scoring a penalty as his first goal and playing alongside David Beckham. He also discusses the promotion of 1995/96 and how it was difficult to celebrate, having been left out of the side midway through the season.
Other topics of conversation include ending up back at Deepdale and part of the Academy set up and the characters and friends that he played with and still keeps in touch with today, plus the Play-Off semi-final win over Torquay United in 1994.
To watch the full interview with Andy, just click on the video at the top of the page, and see what winning the Player of the Year trophy meant to the former Lilywhites right back.
If you want to see all the interviews that have been conducted so far, including Jon Macken, Joe Garner and Chris Lucketti click here for our Player of the Year section of the official PNE website.