Saints debut: Ipswich Town (A) – 16th August 2011
Former clubs: Everton, Walsall, Coventry City, Glasgow Celtic, Burnley
Fox arrived from Burnley on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee in August 2011, boasting a wealth of top-flight experience having played in both the English and Scottish Premier Leagues.
Cheshire-born Fox started his career with Everton before moving on to Walsall in 2005, playing over 100 games and helping the Saddlers to the League 2 title in 2006/07.
A move to Coventry City in January 2008 saw him make his name as one of the best young defenders in the Championship, which prompted Scottish giants Celtic to pay £1.5million for his services. Danny was then handed an opportunity to play in the Premier League with Burnley, where he made 14 appearances in the top division for the Clarets alongside Saints midfielder Jack Cork.
Although born in England, Danny qualifies to play for Scotland due to having a Scottish grandfather. He was awarded his first full cap by former Saints boss George Burley in a 3-0 defeat to Wales at Cardiff in November 2009.
Fox's first season with the Saints ended in success as he helped his new side secure promotion back to the Premier League, playing 43 times and making an impressive 13 assists, and he went on to score his first goal for the Club when he netted against Arsenal in September 2012.