- Each week, Sportsmail sits down with an EFL star to discuss their life in football
- Peterborough striker Jack Marriott is the latest to come under the microscope
- Marriott says he would be in banking if he had not gone into football
Sportsmail sits down with EFL stars for a quickfire quiz on their lives in and outside of football.
This week, the subject is Peterborough United’s freescoring striker Jack Marriott.
Jack Marriott has been in freescoring form for Peterborough in League One this season
FIRST FOOTBALL MEMORY
Winning an Under Sevens cup final at Sixfields.
BEST PLAYER I’VE PLAYED WITH
Former Celtic and Northern Ireland winger Paddy McCourt.
Ipswich defender Luke Chambers. He’s always in your ear. He doesn’t shut up and you’re constantly thinking of things other than the game.
Marriott rates Luke Chambers of Ipswich as the toughest opponent he has ever faced
FAVOURITE FOOTBALLING MOMENT
Making my Championship debut for Ipswich at Burnley when I was 18. It was unbelievable. I thought I was just going up to be a part of it and get used to it and then I played the last half-hour.
Sergio Aguero. He’s just a genius. I love watching him play. The way he plays is unbelievable.
We’re both quite small so there’s not many strikers I’d be able to model my game on. I love watching clips of him and I love watching things that he does.
TOUGHEST AWAY GROUND
Probably Luton when I played there for Woking.
It’s very intimidating. It’s a big crowd, loud, and under the lights it’s a very intimidating place to go.
Marriott’s sporting hero is the Manchester City and Argentina striker Sergio Aguero
THE FIRST ALBUM I BOUGHT
I think it was a Queen one . . . a greatest hits. I get that from my dad — he’s a big Queen fan and I used to listen to whatever he’d listen to.
Robbie Williams’s Angels. It is a classic.
It’s a tough one — there’s not many! Jack Baldwin, simple but effective.
DREAM DINNER PARTY GUESTS
Robbie Williams. That would be pretty good. Frank Lampard. And Meghan Markle. I’d like to meet her. She’s a good actress.
IF I WASN’T A FOOTBALLER
I would probably be in banking, similar to my dad. In the real estate side of it. He always wanted me to do football or sport of some sort.