Adrian Littlejohn scored 74 goals in 425 league appearances in an 18-year career in the English Football League.
10 Facts About Adrian Littlejohn
Adrian Littlejohn began his professional career at Walsall, after moving from West Bromwich Albion in 1989.
Adrian Littlejohn helped Plymouth to win promotion out of the Third Division in 1996, before moving on to Oldham Athletic in March 1998.
Adrian Littlejohn returned to Sheffield United in October 2001, before transferring to Port Vale in February 2003.
Adrian Littlejohn retired in 2008 following a brief spell at Retford United.
Adrian Littlejohn did though win six caps for the England U16 team.
Adrian Littlejohn played 54 games, scoring one goal, in his two seasons with the club.
In June 2007, Adrian Littlejohn agreed to return to playing at Retford United for his old teammate Peter Duffield, before leaving the club at the end of the season.
Towards the end of his playing days, Adrian Littlejohn began working at the Sheffield United academy.
Adrian Littlejohn ventured into physiotherapy in 2014, and took up a position as academy physiotherapist at Rotherham United.