"I had lots of fantastic times there. It was a lucky ground for me generally. It had a special ambience and atmosphere. My first visit to Wembley was for the 1969 FA Cup final between Leicester and Manchester City. It was a sad day. I remember crying all the way home because Leicester lost 1-0. I never dreamed I would go and play there one day."
"What I remember most about Wembley Stadium was the pitch. When I walked on the pitch, I thought someone was going to tell us we can't play on this - this is just too good - it was like a carpet, a bowling green. I thought it was magic - I travelled all over the world and I never played anywhere where I felt so comfortable and happy. I used to feel Wembley was right - the right place to hold really big games and I've never changed my feelings about that. The players loved playing there - you walk onto the pitch and the ball runs smooth."
"As you grow up, as a young boy, every young child wants to play at Wembley. For me, it's the ultimate stadium."