Sone Aluko is reminiscing about where he started his journey in football started, with the newly released Line of Duty series 4.
The Fulham forward remembers Kings Norton, Birmingham where most of the scenes in the series were shot - a place where he grew up and where he always had the ball at his feet alongside sister, Eniola Aluko who plays for Chelsea Ladies.
The 28-year-old Super Eagles forward who moved to the Craven Cottage from Hull City in July, has been outstanding for the Slavia Jokanović's side this season with eight goals in 43 games.
Aluko would be hoping to help the Cottagers secure an English Premier League ticket when they begin their play-offs campaign in few days time.
Loving the current season of Line of Duty so went back to watch season 1 on Netflix. Realised watching where they filmed a lot of the scenes was the estate I grew up on in Kings Norton, Birmingham. That grass the police car is on is literally where I 1st started playing football with my big sis @enialuko and the others on the estate! Wembley singles used to go off there. 2nd picture is how it looked couple years ago just before it was knocked down. Went back to take photos so I can always remember it when it's gone. Fun place to grow up even though looking back now probably a risky place. Grew up very quickly living there