Young winger David Jenkins played for Arsenal in the 1968 League Cup final.
Signing professional terms at Highbury in October 1963, he made his league debut in Arsenal's goalless draw at home to West Ham in November 1967.
|Arsenal Career||1962 - 1968|
|Appearances||25 (24 starts, 1 as a sub)|
He scored three goals in 17 First Division games before moving to Tottenham Hotspur in exchange for Jimmy Robertson in October 1968.
Joining Brentford in July 1972, he moved to Hereford United in March 1973 and helped them clinch promotion that season. He later played for Shrewsbury, Durban City, Workington and several non-League clubs.