Adam James Drury is a professional footballer who plays He was voted Norwich City player of the year in 2002–03. Drury was presented with the trophy as captain on the balcony of City Hall, Norwich in front of tens of thousands of supportersfor Leeds United as a left back. He made his debut for the club at Peterborough United and went on to make 150 league appearances and two goals for Peterborough. Drury joined Norwich City in March 2001 for £500,000. He was part of the Norwich team that beat Manchester United 2–0 at Carrow Road. He continued to impress by being a key member of the Norwich squad on their return to the Championship for season 2005–06. In May 2007, Drury signed a new four year contract with Norwich. On 28 September 2010, Drury scored his first goal for the club in over 5 years, netting the 3rd in a 4–3 win over Leicester City at Carrow Road. He was inducted into Norwich City's Hall of Fame on 20 March 2012 and signed a two-year contract for Leeds United in August. Drury made his debut for Leeds in the 2–1 victory over Peterborough United on 25 August.