Born: Wimbledon, 1975 (Age 38) 1994-97: Little began his career with Crystal Palace, but couldn’t break into the first team. He went to Derry City on loan where he made his first senior debut. In 1996-97, Little had a successful season with Glentoran, winning the Irish Cup and scoring the winning goal. He made 75 appearances and scored 26 goals.
1997-04: Burnley were the next team to acquire Little’s signature for a fee of £100,000. He was a r egular on the teamsheet on the right wing, playing 246 games and scoring 32 goals.
2004-08: Little joined Reading and became one of the vital players in their Championship title-winning squad of 2005-06. An Achilles injury wrecked his Premier League season and the Royals were relegated.
2008-09: Joined Portsmouth on a oneyear contract, where he had a place in the starting XI against AC Milan in the famous 2-2 Europa League match. However, he didn’t secure a permanent starting place, so moved back on loan to Reading for the end of the season. 2009-10: Sheffield United, where he spent a year, making 16 appearances. 2010-11: Aldershot Town where he played 14 times, scoring one goal in an injury-ravaged spell. 2011-13: After a trial with Wrexham, Little was initially unable to secur e a contract because of the club’s poor financial situation. Eventually he signed and was involved as Wrexham beat Grimsby Town on penalties to lift the FA Trophy. He also came on as a substitute in the Conference play-off final two months later, as the Dragons lost to Newport County. 2013-present: Little signed for Wealdstone FC. He had a successful season, winning the Ryman League and making 28 appearances, scoring four goals. Little then signed for Heybridge Swifts, but left after a month to follow manager Jody Brown to Grays Athletic.