Leon Britton, a local Swansea legend and icon, sits down with teammate Lee Trundle to discuss his professional career. Discussing both the lows and highs, Britton's dedication to Swansea has been in a class of its own.

Bitton’s career first began as an Arsenal trainee at the age of nine and later signed for West Ham United in 98 as he attracted the highest transfer fee ever paid for a 16-year-old at that time.

In 2002, Britton joined the Swans on loan from West Ham and the rest was history. Dedicating a 16-year playing career at the club, the Swansea star has been there through it all. From helping them avoid relegation from the Football League in 2003 and playing a major part in their rise to the Premier League.