Some exceptionally gifted players have come from overseas to light up the Premier League, and we are celebrating the talent that has arrived from some selected nations.
Known for their style and class, the four-time FIFA World Cup winners have been well-represented in England's top flight, and we want to know who you think has been the best Italian in the competition.
|Gianfranco Zola||229||Paolo Di Canio||66||Paolo Di Canio||49|
|Paolo Di Canio||190||Gianfranco Zola||59||Gianfranco Zola||42|
|Benito Carbone||177||Benito Carbone||35||Benito Carbone||35|
|Carlo Cudicini||161||Fabrizio Ravanelli||25||Roberto Di Matteo||13|
|Alessandro Pistone||149||Graziano Pelle||23||Gianluca Vialli||11|
Fabrizio Ravanelli made an immediate impression in his sole campaign with Middlesbrough in 1996/97, netting an opening-weekend hat-trick against Liverpool and hitting 16 goals in total, matching Di Canio's best season hauls.
Meanwhile, Benito Carbone played for five different clubs in the Premier League and is particularly fondly remembered for his time with Sheffield Wednesday.
You can watch a video of great Italian goals above, and have a look at some eye-catching numbers in the table, before voting on who you think is the Premier League's best ever player from Italy.