|Full name||Terence Michael Patrick Naylor|
|Date of birth||5 December 1948|
|Place of birth||Islington, London, England|
|Playing position||Full back (retired)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Tottenham Hotspur career
Naylor joined the club in July 1969. He was previously employed as a meat porter at London's Smithfield Market. His tough, uncompromising style of play as a full back soon earned him the nickname of "Meathook" with the White Hart Lane faithful. Playing a total of 314 games in all competitions including 14 as substitute and scoring one goal between 1970-1980 at Spurs. Naylor featured in both legs of the 1974 UEFA Cup Final against Feyenoord and was an unused substitute in both legs of the 1972 UEFA Cup Final against Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C.
- 1974 UEFA Cup Final Runner- up
Naylor joined Charlton Athletic in November 1980 and went on to make 69 League appearances for the club.
1988-89, took charge of Tonbridge Angels F.C. for seven games.
Post– football career
After his football career ended Naylor was employed as a postman for Royal Mail. Today, he is retired, and still lives in the Islington area. In his spare time, Naylor, sings in pubs in and around Hackney and Islington.