"Gary was the best English right-back of his generation."
The thoughts of Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson on Gary Neville who has retired from football with immediate effect.
He was that rare breed of being a 'one club man' having started out in a magnificent youth team at Old Trafford alongside the likes of David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs, and Paul Scholes.
The 35-year-old made 602 appearances for United, scoring seven
goals and picked up 85 England caps. He said on Wednesday: "I've fulfilled every dream I've ever had."
How do you rank Neville in the world of defenders in the last 20 years? Mark Lawrenson says he can't think of a better right-back in the history of the Premier League.
Give us your favourite memories of Neville. Perhaps a career in TV or coaching beckons. What next for him do you think?
Over to you.