I never thought of being anything other than a professional footballer, but looking back now if I had not made it then I would have had to have been enjoying the outdoor life working in another sport.
It was a second-hand Ford Cortina, bought by my mum and dad in 1972 for £155. It was unique model, as it had four doors but only three of them opened.
Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty. Apart from the lyrics, there's a great bit of saxophone in it, which I love.
It's the current Britain's Got Talent. I think David Walliams and Simon Cowell work so well off each other. Walliams is so funny. It sounds a bit crass, me liking that, but we all sit down together as a family and watch it.
Robert De Niro. I never miss any of his films. Whether it's a comedy like Meet the Fockers or a gangster movie, he's always great.
I've been to New Zealand three times, and it's a great place to visit. It's quite a journey, but if you get the opportunity to go then don't turn it down.
I like racing. I know John Francome very well and he would be great at a dinner party. On the same line, I don't know Clare Balding but I think she is super-intelligent and would be good to have there. Sir Alf Ramsey, because he's still the only manager who has won England anything worth talking about and finally one of my mentors and the best manager I ever had, Terry Venables. Those four would make an interesting party.
My one forte whenever I get in the kitchen and cook for the family is fillet steak with all the trimmings. If someone didn't like that then they would have to make do with a Dover Sole.
There's two that I can't split: Golf and racing. I still speak to Michael Owen on a regular basis and we always talk about it. I love a game of golf. I'm not as good as I want to be, but there are always enough good shots to make you go back the next day.
My daughter applied for tickets for the three-day eventing at Greenwich Park, so we're going to a few days of that. Everyone in Britain should be looking forward to the Olympics, because I think it is such an honour to be chosen to host it.