Worcester Warriors completed the major signing of England international fly half Andy Goode in 2010 and the points machine has been rattling up scores ever since.
Goode, who has played 17 times for England and scored 107 points, joined up with Warriors after successful spells in France with CA Brive and Durban-based Super 14 giants Sharks.
The Coventry-born star is one of the most prolific scorers in English club rugby history and, as of November 2012, he is currently the second-highest Premiership points scorer of all-time with 1,716 points. Only Saracens' Charlie Hodgson has scored more points.
Goode won four successive league titles and two Heineken Cup winners medals during his glittering career at Leicester Tigers
He left Welford Road and signed for French club CA Brive in 2008 and enjoyed a hugely impressive start in the Top 14 scoring 235 points in his first season, making him the second highest point scorer in the 2008-09 Top 14 season. He has also become the first English player to move into the top-flight of the Super 14.
The hugely talented fly half, nominated for the Zurich Player of the Season in 2004/5 and PRA Players’ Player of the Year, made his England debut as a replacement in the 2005 Six Nations victory over Italy, in which he also scored his first points from a conversion. Amazingly, the player he replaced that day was points-rival Charlie Hodgson.
Goode, who has also represented England at Schools Under 18, Under 21 and A level, scored the opening try of the 2009 Six Nations as he racked-up 16 points against Italy. He scored 22 points against Argentina at Old Trafford in June 2009 and 17 points against them in Salta.
The fly half finished his first season (2010/11) in Worcester colours with an impressive 388 points, a tally which included 13 tries.
During the 2011/12 season, Goode became the second-highest Warriors points-scorer of all time behind Shane Drahm and looks certain to overtake the Australian during this campaign.
Last season alone Goode kicked his way to 177 points, nearly 100 points more than Joe Carlisle, who was the club's second-highest scorer of the campaign with 86.
Goode made 26 appearances for Warriors during 2011/12 and is once again proving to be Warriors' main points-threat this season.
In March 2013 it was announced that Goode will be joining London Wasps ahead of the 2013/14 campaign.
|DOB||3rd Apr 1980|
|Height||1.80 m (5' 11")|
|Weight||97 kg (15 st 3 lb)|
|Honours||England (17 caps)|