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 right-sided wide man of the last 20 years.
Dirk Kuyt (208 league apps 2006-2012)
The man for the big occasion. Dirk originally arrived at Anfield as a striker, but was quickly converted into an effective right-sided forward by Rafael Benitez. Was instrumental in our 2008-09 title tilt.
Yossi Benayoun (92 league apps 2007-10)
Israeli utility man Yossi Benayoun was snapped up from West Ham in the summer of 2007 and quickly demonstrated he had a knack for being in the right place at the right time.
Vladimir Smicer (121 league apps 1999-2005)
Talented winger Vladimir Smicer arrived at Anfield from Lens in 1999 as part of Gerard Houllier's Anfield revolution. Smicer was key in the treble success of 2001, and indeed the 2005 Champions League final, but injuries blighted his time on Merseyside.
Steve McManaman (272 league apps 1990-1999)
Local lad Steve McManaman was one of the most exciting players to pull on the Liverpool jersey during the 1990s. Blessed with incomparable dribbling ability, Macca's jinking runs were a feature of Roy Evans's title-challenging teams.
Luis Garcia (77 league apps 2004-2007)
The diminutive Spaniard was a revered figure on the Kop, such was his penchant for popping up with an important goal. Garcia's name is still sung by Liverpool fans.
Nick Barmby (32 league apps 2000-02)
Nick Barmby became the first player since Dave Hickson in 1959 to be transferred from Everton to Liverpool when Gerard Houllier swooped in the summer of 2000. His goals were integral to the 2001 treble, though he netted just twice in the league for the Reds.