1902-03 (32 goals)

The first man to achieve the feat for Liverpool, Raybould – second from the right in the middle row above – had already claimed a league championship winner’s medal for the club in 1900-01 and would do so again five seasons later.

His personal best was in 1902-03, however, with a haul of 32 in just 34 appearances – including four against Grimsby Town in a league meeting at Anfield.

Such was the influence of the moustachioed marksman, when he was suspended by authorities for the first half of the next campaign for trying to complete an illegal transfer, it contributed to the team suffering relegation.