He quickly made his mark in his first season, scoring nine goals to finish as Palace's second-highest scorer.When Mark Bright arrived on the Palace scene the following year the duo soon established a successful striking partnership and it was largely their goals which took the club to top flight via the playoffs in 1989.Wright was a presenter on Channel 5's early evening magazine programme Live from Studio Five, from its launch in September 2009, to August 2010.

and was a strong goalscorer in the Premier League, but it was a difficult time for Arsenal following the dismissal of manager George Graham over illegal payments, and under caretaker Stewart Houston they could only manage a 12th-place finish in the league.

The arrival of Dennis Bergkamp, however, heralded a brief but fruitful striking partnership, and in their first season as a partnership they helped Arsenal finish fifth in the league and qualify for the UEFA Cup.

The program was an experiment with the prison authority with an eye to expanding it to other prisons if it was successful.

The series ran 6 episodes, aired weekly from 7 September to 12 October 2009.

Wright did not make it into the squad for Euro 1992 at the expense of Clough, Gary Lineker of Tottenham Hotspur, Alan Shearer of Southampton and Arsenal team mates Alan Smith and Paul Merson.

This was particularly surprising as Wright had been the highest top division goalscorer in England that season.

After retiring from the game he has been active in the media, usually in football-related TV and radio shows.

His sons, Bradley and Shaun Wright-Phillips, are both professional footballers.

where they went out on away goals to eventual winners Aston Villa.