The next official Player of the Year interviewee in our efforts to speak to all the living winners of the 1968 launched award, is 2003 winner and former centre half Chris Lucketti.
The popular former Halifax Town and Bury defender spoke at length about his time from joining under David Moyes in 2001, through to his departure to Sheffield United and becoming the oldest English debutant in Premier League history!
He recalls his short time under the now West Ham United boss, working under Craig Brown and then Bill Davies, talking about the characters, team-mates and favourite games.
‘Skip’, as he was affectionately known, discusses the disappointment of the Play-Off Final defeat at the Millennium Stadium, but also the highs of the semi-final win over Derby County at Pride Park.
To watch the full interview, just click on the video at the top of the page and come back tomorrow when we will have another of our interviews, as we look to speak to every Official Preston North End Player of the Year winner we can over the coming weeks.
To check out all the ones you have missed, including two of Chris’ team-mates who we have already spoken to this week, in Michael Jackson and Richard Cresswell, just click here to visit our new special section of PNE.Com.