Glenn Hoddle is a co-commentator and pundit who works across BT Sport's live football coverage.
He is also an occasional guest on BT Sport Score, the live studio show that precedes BT Sport's televised Saturday Premier League games.
Glenn is widely regarded as one of the finest talents England has ever produced after a distinguished 20-year playing career that began at Tottenham in 1975.
He won two FA Cups (1981 and 1982) and the UEFA Cup (1984) during his 12 years at White Hart Lane, where he is still revered today.
A former PFA Young Player of the Year and five-time PFA First Division Team of the Year inductee, Glenn moved to Monaco in 1987, winning Ligue 1 under Arsene Wenger in his first season at the club.
He was then player-manager at Swindon, guiding them to the top flight via the play-offs in 1993, and Chelsea, who he led to the 1994 FA Cup final.
Glenn won 53 England caps, scoring eight goals, and went to two World Cups (1982 and 1986) and two European Championships (1980 and 1988).
He was named as England manager in 1996 and steered the Three Lions to the second round of the 1998 World Cup, where they were agonisingly beaten on penalties by Argentina.
Glenn also managed Tottenham and Wolves before moving into the media.
In addition to his work with BT Sport, he co-commentates on England matches and international tournament games for ITV Sport.