I made my premier league debut for Arsenal in March 1997 against Southampton winning 2-0 under the great Arsene Wenger. However despite Arsene offering me an additional two year contract I decided to move clubs mainly due to the fact that the England number one, the legend that is David Seaman, stood in my way.
In the summer of 2002 I joined NorthamptonTown FC where I spent the next five years playing almost 200 league and cup games. I also won the highly prestigious PFA divisional player of the year award in 2003. In addition to this I won the club's player of the year award, and the supporters player of the year award.
This was also a particularly memorable season for me, not only for winning three fantastic awards, but also for playing against Manchester United in the fourth round of the FA cup and saving a Diego Forlan penalty which was one of many highlights on the day. In this seaon I also set a club record of 22 clean sheets.
In January 2007 I joined MK Dons Football Club On loan until the end of the season. The team had been conceding a lot of goals and we managed to concede a lot less in the short time I was there. I left in the summer of 2007.
In the summer of 2007 I joined Kettering Town FC under Manager Mark Cooper. In our first season we went on to win the Blue Square North division gaining promotion to the Blue Square premier League. We managed to finish in the top half of the division. During the 2008/2009 season we had notable F.A. Cup victories against Lincoln City and Notts County, which resulted in a tie against Premier League Fulham FC managed by Roy Hodgson. We narrowly lost 3-2 in what was a tremendous effort for a non-league team. The following season we again had a successful run in the FA cup beating Hartlepool FC, this time earning a plum tie with Leeds United FC. Mark Cooper subsequently left his position as manager, and I took over as player manager. We managed to draw 1-1 at home, earning a replay at Elland Road. Unfortunately we lost away at Leeds in extra time, with a fourth round tie away to Manchester United awaiting the winner. The remainder of the season I managed to steer the team to a 6th place finish in the Blue Square Premier League. Sadly, I left in 2010 after a difficult period for everyone associated with the football club.