We are looking at the 25 nominees who have been shortlisted for the Premier League Hall of Fame in 2022.
The six players with the most combined votes from the fans and a Premier League Awards panel will enter the Hall of Fame. Fans had their say by voting up until 21:00 BST on Sunday 3 April.
A forward who combined goalscoring prowess with creativity to achieve longevity at the top level, Sheringham enjoyed a stellar Premier League career.
It was during his time with Manchester United that he lifted silverware, winning three Premier League titles in four seasons, as well as being part of the Treble-winning side in 1998/99.
The striker also won the inaugural Golden Boot in 1992/93, beginning the campaign with an opening-weekend goal for Nottingham Forest before moving to Tottenham Hotspur.
He struck 97 league goals in two spells at Spurs either side of his stint at Old Trafford, before finishing his PL career with stints at Portsmouth and West Ham United.
Career in numbers
What they said
"When he left Manchester United, I didn't think Teddy would still be playing now [said in 2006]. In a way, it is not surprising because pace was never a factor in his game and he still has the same intelligence." - Sir Alex Ferguson
Did you know?
Sheringham won the Premier League Golden Boot in the first ever campaign in the competition, netting 22 goals with Nottingham Forest (one) and Tottenham Hotspur (21).
He is the oldest player to ever score a Premier League goal, aged 40 years and 268 days at the time of his final goal in the competition (for West Ham versus Portsmouth in December 2006).
Sheringham is the oldest player to score a Premier League hat-trick, aged 37 years and 146 days for Portsmouth against Bolton Wanderers in August 2003.
With 146 goals and 76 assists, Teddy Sheringham is one of just six players to score 75+ goals and provide 75+ assists in the Premier League.