On Monday, the Premier League’s all-time leading goalscorer Alan Shearer and Arsenal legend and four-time Golden Boot winner Thierry Henry became the first inductees into the Premier League Hall of Fame, which celebrates the best players to have graced the division since its inception in 1992.
Fans will now have until 6pm BST on Sunday, May 9 to vote for six more Hall of Famers from a shortlist of 23 top-flight greats.
To be eligible for the 2021 Hall of Fame class, players must have retired by August 1, 2020, meaning the likes of Wayne Rooney - who officially ended his playing career in January to become full-time manager of Derby County - will not be considered until 2022.
But Manchester United are still well represented on the shortlist, with Eric Cantona, Paul Scholes, David Beckham, Roy Keane, Rio Ferdinand, Andy Cole, Peter Schmeichel, Robin van Persie and Nemanja Vidic all included.
Ryan Giggs was not on the list, however.
Arsenal legends Patrick Vieira, Tony Adams, Dennis Bergkamp, Ian Wright and Sol Campbell are all vying to join Henry in the Hall of Fame, while Chelsea heroes Didier Drogba, John Terry, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole are also 2021 candidates.
Steven Gerrard, Michael Owen and Robbie Fowler are the Liverpool contingent, while legendary strikers Les Ferdinand and Matt Le Tissier complete the star-studded 23.
Premier League Hall of Fame shortlist
Matt Le Tissier
Robin van Persie