We are looking at the 15 nominees who have been shortlisted for the Premier League Hall of Fame in 2023.
The three players with the most combined votes from the fans and a Premier League Awards panel will enter the Hall of Fame. Fans can have their say by voting up until 18:00 BST on Monday 10 April.
Michael Owen stood out from the off. The goal on his debut for Liverpool at the age of 17 became a trademark finish, beating the Wimbledon defence for speed before a clinical strike.
This lightning pace and deadly eye for goal helped Owen finish as top scorer for the Merseyside club in every season between 1997/98 and 2003/04, claiming the Golden Boot twice.
The @PremierLeague has today announced the latest nominees for its Hall of Fame. ⤵— Liverpool FC (@LFC) March 30, 2023
A spell at Manchester United, in which he scored a last-gasp winner in a 4-3 derby triumph over Manchester City in his debut campaign, earned him his first title.
Owen, who also played for Newcastle United and Stoke City, remains one of only 10 players with 150 or more Premier League goals.
"He was a fantastic player. He was clever, a very intelligent person. I remember the person as well as the player. He was extremely fast and could withstand the challenges." – Gerard Houllier
"He will go down in our history in England as one of the greatest goalscorers and strikers we've had." – Frank Lampard
"He was a baby-faced assassin. His finishing was amazing for a young man. He had that coolness in the penalty area. Some players get anxious but he seemed to get calmer and calmer." – Glenn Hoddle
Owen scored 150 Premier League goals in 326 appearances, with 118 of those goals coming when he was at Liverpool between 1997 and 2004.
He is the youngest player to score a Premier League hat-trick, netting a treble aged 18 years and 62 days against Sheffield Wednesday in February 1998.
Owen is the youngest player to reach 100 Premier League goals, scoring his 100th against West Bromwich Albion in April 2003 aged 23 years and 133 days.