Ian Wright has revealed in his new autobiography that he accidentally took revenge over Steve McMahon after copping some grief in England camp.
Wright managed to earn a call-up to the England national team back in 1991 following fine performances for club side Crystal Palace but the first taste of international football was not a pleasant one for the striker due to established teammate McMahon's constant criticism of him in training.
The 52-year-old was not pleased with former Liverpool, Everton and Aston Villa midfielder McMahon's 'bullying' and has now gone on to reveal that he inadvertently took revenge during a match between Manchester City and Arsenal.
Wright wrote in his autobiography 'A Life In Football': "We went in hard for a challenge.
"My foot went over, skimmed up his leg and gone bang into his groin.
"One of my studs has slit his p**** all the way down!"I didn't do it on purpose — there are other ways of getting your own back — but I won't pretend I wasn't glad it happened."