The six players with the most combined votes will enter the Premier League Hall of Fame.
A latecomer to the professional game, Wright quickly made up for lost time. After his move from Crystal Palace, the striker was Arsenal’s leading scorer in the club’s first five Premier League seasons.
A scorer of spectacular goals, Wright also had the knack of being in the right place at the right time and in helping Arsenal to the 1997/98 title, he beat Cliff Bastin's club record of 178 goals in all competitions.
Wright scored 93 Premier League goals after turning 30. No other player in the competition’s history has netted more after turning 30.
Wright netted 113 PL goals in 213 appearances for Arsenal and West Ham United, including five hat-tricks, all of which were scored for the Gunners.
In six of his seven PL seasons, Wright finished as the top scorer for his club. He only failed to achieve this in 1997/98 at Arsenal.