The most loyal servant in Spurs' illustrious history, Steve Perryman joined the club as a teenage apprentice in July 1967 and during a 17-year career at White Hart Lane, he went on to make a record 866 appearances for the first team.
Signed by Bill Nicholson, Perryman was a tenacious and tireless midfielder and made his league debut in 1969 against Sunderland at the age of 17. He was soon one of the first names on the Tottenham team sheet and by the age of 20, Nicholson had already entrusted him with the captain's armband.
Perryman remains one of the most successful Spurs players of all time, winning the 1971 and 1973 League Cups, the 1981 and 1982 FA Cups, as well Uefa Cup in 1972 and then again in 1984 Uefa Cup after Tottenham famously beat Anderlecht in a dramatic penalty shootout.
Although only capped once by England, Perryman was the heartbeat of the Spurs side for more than a decade and although he moved to right back towards the end of his career, he was always in the thick of the action.
He was named the Football Writers' Player of the Year in 1982 and he was awarded the MBE in 1986 - the same year his love affair as a player with the Lane finally came to an end.
Own a piece of sporting history
Steve Perryman played more games for Tottenham during his 17-year career than any player in the club's history and this striking print captures the former Spurs captain in his pomp.
A wonderful piece of Tottenham memorabilia, every shirt is personally signed by Perryman.
Each shirt is issued with a certificate of authenticity signed by our managing director.