The Norwich City legend Ron Davies has died at the age of 70 at his home in America. He signed for the Canaries from Luton in 1963 going on to score thirty goals in his first season at Carrow Road.
In all he scored 66 goals for Norwich before moving to Southampton who paid a club record fee of £55,000 for him.
The legendary Manchester United manager Sir Matt Busby once described Davies as "the best centre forward in Europe". The Welshman went on to play for United. Among his other clubs were Chester Portsmouth and Millwall. He won 29 international caps for Wales. Norwich supporters also voted Davies into the club's Hall of Fame.
A classic Ron Davies goal for Norwich against Cardiff in 1963. It completed his hat-trick in a 5-1 win.