Shaun Wright-Phillips has called time on his illustrious playing career.
The City legend confirmed his decision today on Soccer AM.
His football journey, that took him from City to Chelsea, back to his beloved Blues, and then onto Queen’s Park Rangers and finally spells in America with New York Red Bulls and Phoenix Rising ends at the age of 37.
SWP carved his name into City folklore with his bold fearless attacking play and ability to conjure up spectacular goals.
Over the course of his two spells at the Club, Wright-Phillips made 277 appearances, scoring 48 goals in total as well as 20 assists.
While with City, he was part of the squad that won both the English Division One crown in 2001/02 as well as the FA Cup in 2010/11.
And now you can relive SWP's best bits via the video above!