Former England international Trevor Sinclair has revealed an XI of the best players he ever shared the pitch with while playing for the same team (both club and country).
The 44-year-old, who began his career at Blackpool as a 16-year-old, went on to represent the likes of Queens Park Rangers, West Ham, Manchester City, Cardiff and Lancaster during his 19-year career.
The ex-winger picked the best 11 players he played with throughout his time on the pitch and posted it to Twitter. And it's quite a team too.
For his back four, Sinclair picked Phil Bardsley, Rio Ferdinand, Richard Dunne and Ashley Cole. David Beckham, Frank Lampard, Ray Wilkins, Paulo Di Canio and Shaun Wright-Phillips.
Les Ferdinand was picked for the forward position, while David James made it between the sticks for the Sinclair top teammates' XI.
In their primes, these players would make up quite a fearsome side. Sinclair certainly knows what he's talking about.