After the conclusion of the Premier League's 20th season, Liverpoolfc.tv is asking fans to name the players that would make up their dream team of the last two decades.
Today it's the turn of the wingers - and we want you to decide who has been our best left-sided wide man of the last 20 years.
Patrik Berger (148 league apps 1996-2003)
Euro 96 star Patrik Berger signed in at Anfield fresh from helping the Czech Republic reach the final of the tournament. Blessed with a powerful shot, Berger lit up the Premier League upon his arrival and scored some of Liverpool's most memorable goals during the era.
Ryan Babel (91 league apps 2007-11)
Ryan Babel was one of Europe's brightest young talents when Rafael Benitez swooped to sign the Dutchman from Ajax ahead of the 2007-08 season. Although he was unable to hold down a regular starting berth, Babel did contribute some key goals - most notably a league winner against Manchester United.
Harry Kewell (93 league apps 2003-08)
Harry Kewell was regarded as one of the most talented wingers in the Premier League when Liverpool saw off stiff competition from other leading clubs to land him from Leeds United. His first season was his most prolific, with seven of his 11 goals coming in the league, though he did figure heavily in the title challenge of 2005-06.
Maxi Rodriguez (57 league apps 2010 - )
Liverpool snapped up utility man Maxi Rodriguez from Atletico Madrid in the January transfer window of 2010. The Argentina international is blessed with an eye for goal, as emphasised by his record of 10 goals in 28 Premier League appearances in 2010-11.
Mark Walters (94 league apps 1991-96)
Mark Walters scored 14 goals in 94 league games for Liverpool after being signed by Graeme Souness to add pace and flair to our left-hand side. His best season came in 1992-93 when his 13 goals included two corkers against Blackburn.
Our best PL left winger?
Who do you want on the left wing in the LFC Premier League XI?