Tony Woodcock was one of England's most-travelled footballers when he arrived at Highbury in the summer of 1982.

A European Cup winner with Nottingham Forest in 1979, Woodcock took the unusual step of joining Bundesliga side FA Koln. He spent three years in Germany before returning to England after the 1982 World Cup and signing for Terry Neill's Gunners.

The forward plundered 68 goals in 169 games for Arsenal, including that famous five-goal haul at Villa Park in October 1983.

But where is he now?

In this exclusive Arsenal TV Online interview, we caught up with the striker to find out about his post-football exploits.

Subscribers can watch this interview now. Look out for more clips from our 'Where Are They Now?' series in the weeks and months to come.

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15 Jan 2009