2012/13 Barclays Premier League
Having made the breakthrough as a teenage prodigy at Leeds, he was sold to Tottenham for just £1 million in June 2005 but was kept out of the first-team by the very similar Wayne Routledge. He soon surpassed his rival though and was a surprise inclusion in the England squad for the 2006 World Cup.
His pace and trickery initially had pundits purring over him, but a loss of form saw him left out of the international scene for two years. However, under new Spurs boss Harry Redknapp he turned his career around and helped the club to seal their first ever Champions League place.
Strengths: One of the fastest players in the Premier League, Lennon's game is based on pace. He has excellent skill on the ball and a keen eye for a pass.
Weaknesses: His final ball is not always on the spot, and he has struggled with consistency in recent years, both in fitness and form.
Career high: Scoring and creating plenty of chances, he helped Tottenham to 4th place in the Premier League in 2009-10.
Career low: An international exile of two years as Lennon's form plummeted under Juande Ramos at Spurs.
Style: Pacy, energetic, nimble, a real livewire.
Quotes: ''Mixing my game up, that is down to experience and looking at how defenders have tried to mark me... I've been playing well for my club. My all-round performance is a lot better. I have been working on a lot of different things and I definitely think I'm a more complete player.'' Aaron Lennon, September 2009.
Trivia: He became the youngest player ever to appear in the Premier League at the age of 16 years and 129 days, coming off the bench at White Hart Lane against Tottenham Hotspur in a 2-1 loss in August 2003. The record has since been broken by Fulham's Matthew Briggs.
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