The six players with the most combined votes will enter the Premier League Hall of Fame.
Ranked by his peers as one of the finest midfielders of his generation, Paul Scholes helped Manchester United to 11 Premier League titles across three decades.
Scholes was a creative influence and an attacking threat in United’s midfield.
His vision and range of passing helped to provide 55 assists for his team-mates, while his fearsome shooting ability produced some memorable strikes among the 107 goals he scored from 499 league appearances.
“He was the absolute perfect player and no matter how many great players we have had in the past at Manchester United, Paul sits in the great pantheon of those players." - Sir Alex Ferguson
“He’s always one of those people others talk about. Even playing at Real Madrid, the players always say to me, 'What’s he like?' They respect him as a footballer and see him as the ultimate." – David Beckham
“Without any doubt the best player in the Premier League has to be Scholes. He knows how to do everything, and he is one who directs the way his team plays. On top of that, he has indestructible mental strength and he is a genuine competitor.” – Thierry Henry
Scholes has won the Premier League on 11 occasions, the second-most titles won by any player in the competition.
Scholes scored in 19 different and consecutive Premier League seasons from 1994/95 to 2012/13.
In 2002/03 Scholes had his most productive season in front of goal, scoring 14 times in the Premier League. No other midfielder netted more in that campaign.