Ryan Giggs has done what every player can only dream of. 13 Premier League titles, two Champions Leagues, one World Club Cup, three League Cups and four FA Cups over 24 glamorous years.
It's simple, in English football, Giggs' CV is simply unrivalled. Elite modern players across the globe, like Xavi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic all boast of similar cup triumphs, but it's tough to argue their cases more than Giggs', based solely off of the Premier League's incredible competition.
From bursting onto the season as an uncatchably quick and nimble teenager in 1991, to dropping into a more intelligent and commanding role in his PFA Player of the Year-winning campaign at 36 in 2009 - Giggs has done it all.
The statistics will never tell the full tale with the Old Trafford legend, and if you base his ability off this, he'll be ranked in a category lower than modern Premier League stars like Leroy Sane and Sadio Mane, which simply isn't true.
From wicked crosses, to leaving defenders not even close to his shadow, Giggs truly could anything. When he was a lightning fast youngster, not many in Europe were like him. A decade on, as Cristiano Ronaldo takeover the famous left side of Old Trafford, the Welshman was thrown around the pitch, from centre-midfield, to the right-hand side - each year was as good as it's previous.
After stepping out 963 times from ages 17 to 40, Giggs personified what a successful, long-standing career means. He's arguably the first name on the list in the new Premier League Hall of Fame and his records within this may never be touched.