Born: Barnsley, 1 November 1973

Position: Centre forward

Signed: 12 October 1998 from Halifax (£300,000)

Fulham debut: Fulham 4-1 Walsall, 24 October 1998

Fulham appearances: 74

Fulham goals: 31

Honours: Second Division champions (1998-99)

Sold: 10 July 2000 to Birmingham City (£2.25m)

The Barnsley-born burly forward, who doubled his work as a bricklayer with his goalscoring exploits that led Halifax Town to the Conference title, quickly became a cult hero at Craven Cottage after being signed by Kevin Keegan for £300,000 in October 1998. He scored on his Fulham debut against Walsall in October 1998 and scored seventeen goals in 34 games as Keegan’s side romped to the Second Division title and reached the fifth round of the FA Cup. He was less prolific in the First Division during an injury-ravaged season under Paul Bracewell, but was still Fulham’s leading scorer with fourteen goals in all competitions. He signed for Birmingham for £2.25m when Jean Tigana made it clear that he wouldn’t feature in the French coach’s plans. Horsfield helped the Blues reach the League Cup final in 2001 and, after moving on to West Brom, guided Albion to promotion before playing a pivotal part in the Baggies’ great escape the following year.