Leighton Baines brought down the curtain on a fabulous 18-year professional career after making his 420th and final Everton appearance against Bournemouth on the closing day of the 2019/20 season.
Left-back Baines joined Everton from Wigan Athletic in summer 2007 and his 348 Premier League games positions him third on the Club's all-time appearance list in the competition.
An authentic Everton icon, Baines was three times named Blues' player of the season and on two occasions voted winner of the Club's players' player award.
He was capped 30 times by England and represented his country at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Baines, 35, scored 39 goals for Everton - 29 in the Premier League - and added 52 top-flight assists.
His 25 appearances in European competition is joint-highest of any Everton player, Baines tied with Leon Osman and three behind the record held by goalkeeper Tim Howard.
Here's how we said thank you and farewell...