THE Wingmakers' assistant manager Andy 'Jock' Morrison has been interviewed by Manchester City TV about his professional career.

Interviewed by ex-Blues' team-mate Les Chapman, who is now the current kit man at the Etihad Stadium, Jock talks about his life in football, starting out at Plymouth Argyle after his family had moved from Inverness.

Andy went on to make 264 Football League appearances for the Pilgrims, Blackburn Rovers, Blackpool, Huddersfield Town and then City, where he became a legend as one of their best-ever captains and a cult hero.

Many feel that it was Morrison's leadership skills and ability to get the players around him to raise their game that enabled City to return to the Premier League after their fall into Division Two.

Andy also covers some amusing incidents from his career and the difficulties he has faced off the pitch including his battle with alcohol.

The video can be viewed here.