Much-travelled striker Peter Withe had two spells with Aston Villa, although he never actually turned out for the club during his second spell towards the end of his career.
But that doesn't matter, because it was what he did during his first five years with the club that really matter.
The Liverpool-born forward joined Villa in 1980 and was one of the key figures during Villa's successful 1980/81 league winning season. The 29-year-old striker found the net 20 times in 36 appearances throughout that season, finishing joint-top goalscorer with Tottenham's Steve Archibald.
Villa subsequently qualified for the European Cup and it was in that competition that Withe cemented himself as a Villa hero.
During the final against Bayern Munich in Rotterdam on the May 26, 1982, Withe proved to be the game's only goalscorer—although it was one of the scrappiest finishes you're likely to see—as Villa lifted the trophy for the first and only time in their history.
"Shaw, Williams, prepared to venture down the left. There’s a good ball in for Tony Morley. Oh, it must be... It is... Peter Withe!"