What has been your career highlight so far?
"Beating France in the semi-finals of the European Championships in Greece in 2007, which guaranteed our place in Beijing."
Where do you keep your medals?
"I give them to my kids. I'm a proud owner of five silver medals, but I don't really get excited about them because each is a very painful reminder of not being a gold. But if I won a gold, I won't give that one to my kids, God no! I've won four Golden Boots in my time and they're very precious to me, but I don't believe in bronze and silver. There's only one winner!"
What are you looking forward to most about the London 2012 Paralympics?
"Competing against so many amazing people while giving the best performance of your sporting life. The spirit of the whole event is truly phenomenal. Being in London will be amazing."
What do you do when you're not practising bicycle kicks?
"I'm a senior partner for Clydesdale Bank. It's like having a double life. I go from running an office of 17 people to being told when to eat, drink, sleep, train and when to pee in a pot. Other than that, I have two boys who both play football."
What is your ultimate ambition?
"To be in possession of a gold medal from the Paralympic Games or World or European Championships. But we're a team, and I consider myself as being part of the journey of British blind 5-a-side football that started when the sport was created. Hopefully it will culminate in a gold in 2012, but if it doesn't happen in 2012, that journey will continue with or without me."