Former England striker Frank Worthington has died aged 72 following a long illness.
Worthington, who won eight England caps and scored twice for the national team, began his career at Huddersfield Town.
He also had a spell as player-manager of Tranmere Rovers.
Worthington was known as much for his flamboyant antics off the pitch as he was for his maverick talents on it.
He played in 22 consecutive Football League seasons from 1966 to 1987, scoring 266 goals in 882 appearances in all competitions.
In 14 of those campaigns he played in the top division, notching 150 goals in 466 matches, and won the Golden Boot award playing for Bolton in 1978-79 as the leading scorer ahead of Liverpool's Kenny Dalglish and Arsenal's Frank Stapleton.
It was during that season he scored one of the defining goals of his career against Ipswich at Burnden Park in April 1979, juggling the ball with his back to goal on the edge of the penalty area before turning, knocking the ball over the onrushing defenders and volleying low into the corner.
In a statement, the Professional Footballers Association said: "We are very sad to hear the news about Frank Worthington. He was a great player and great character who lit up the game. He was also a marvellous after dinner entertainer with his football tales.
"Our deepest sympathies to Carol and all his family. Frank will be much missed but never forgotten."