Forward who spent his professional career with such teams as Peterborough United, the Tranmere Rovers, Bournemouth and Portsmouth. After retiring, he became a manager and coach for several American teams, including FC Dallas and the Carolina RailHawks.
He played his youth career with Ipswich Town before joining Peterborough United in 1981.
Over the course of his senior career, he was responsible for a total of 147 goals (134 with football clubs and 13 with the Northern Ireland national team).
He spent his youth in Newry, Northern Ireland, and later played for numerous English football clubs.
While playing for the Northern Ireland national team at the 1986 FIFA World Cup, he and his teammate Billy Gillespie set team scoring records that were broken years later by striker David Healy.