Liverpool's current No.2 has entered our 100 Players Who Shook the Kop countdown at No.51…
Date of birth: August 23, 1984 Place of birth: Greenwich Nationality: English Position: Full-back Years at the club: 2009-present Signed from: Portsmouth Left for: None Position in 2006 poll: None
Glen Johnson has been growing in experience, consistency and quality every single season since Liverpool were victorious in a hard-fought battle for the England international's signature four summers ago.
The full-back, who operates mainly on the right but is equally effective on the opposite flank, had already won the FA Cup, struck a goal of the season and been nominated in the PFA team of the year before joining the Reds.
Two goals in his first four matches with the club - one an acrobatic volley at Anfield - certainly provided evidence of his shooting prowess and he featured on 35 occasions during his maiden campaign.
Despite two managerial changes in a short period of time, Glen maintained his form and significantly improved in the defensive department once Kenny Dalglish, backed by coach Steve Clarke, took the reins.
Injuries hampered his 2011-12 season to a degree but there were two moments to savour in particular for the former Chelsea and Portsmouth defender.
First, in November 2011, he scored a dramatic, late winning goal against his old club at Stamford Bridge; three months later Johnson could celebrate his first trophy with Liverpool - the right-back converted his penalty coolly during the triumphant League Cup final shoot-out with Cardiff.
With a fourth different manager to work under - Brendan Rodgers - Glen enjoyed arguably his most consistent season in 2012-13, moulding an effective mix of attacking vigour and defensive concentration.
The year was also punctuated by two more stunning strikes; a glorious volley past FC Gomel and a thunderous, long-range effort at another former employer, West Ham. Now 28, plenty more is still expected of the No.2.
Appearances: 142 Goals: 8 Honours with LFC: 1 League Cup (2011-12) Did you know? Glen is currently studying for a maths degree in his spare time Where is he now? Still at Anfield