The latest in our interviews with former Player of the Year winners, takes us back a decade to now Liverpool goalkeeper Andrew Lonergan, who was the 2010 recipient of the award.
The Preston-born goalkeeper came through the ranks at the Lilywhites, putting to bed false suggestions he was ever registered with anyone else before he signed on at Deepdale.
He talks about his debut at Coventry, as well as his first league start at home to Watford and then talks through his many different managers and experiences in more than ten years with the club.
The former PNE No.1 talks about his goal at Leicester City, some of his favourite games and about moving on from the club in 2011. He explains that for a while after his departure he did not think back favourably, but now looks forward to every chance he gets to return.
And the stopper says that his dream when growing up was to pull on the shirt of his hometown club and he is delighted he got to do in more then 200 times.
Check out the full interview on our video at the top of the page and to watch back all our interviews, just click here, with some more fantastic chats coming up soon, including Aiden McGeady, Tepi Moilanen and Jon Macken.