He is famous for scoring goals for the likes of QPR, Newcastle United and Spurs but Les Ferdinand says his non-league upbringing gave him a solid grounding for his career.
The former England star, who scored five goals in seventeen games for the Three Lions, actually began his career with non-league clubs Southall and Hayes.
That led him into a career that saw him scored over one hundred Premier League goals and become a fans favourite at a number of clubs.
Now a Director of Football at QPR, Ferdinand talks to Non-League Daily’s new YouTube channel and discusses his non-league career and the search for the next non-league star.
You can view the interview below: