Phil Neville will leave Everton at the end of the season, the club have confirmed today.
Neville has spent eight years at Goodison Park, after signing from Manchester United, and has said he intends to weigh up his offers and continue playing in the Premier League next season.
So what will be remembered about Neville's impressive spell at Everton?
We have picked out three of his most unforgettable moments in an Everton shirt for you to relive...
Scoring the winning penalty v Chelsea
Phil Neville has become synonymous with Everton's FA Cup runs in recent years, playing a key part in the club's near-success. One of the most memorable moments was the fourth round clash with Chelsea in 2011. Chelsea had seemed destined to win the contest after leading through a Frank Lampard goal before Leighton Baines scored in injury-time to equalise. It went down to a penalty shootout and after Ashley Cole missed, the responsibility fell to Everton's Phil Neville, who slammed home from 12 yards prompting wild celebrations.
Neville scores 'Goal of the Season'
It was not the predictable candidates of Leighton Baines, Marouane Fellaini or Nikica Jelavic scoring last year's 'goal of the season' for Everton- But Phil Neville instead. In a Carling Cup victory against West Brom, Neville scored a superb strike, curling the ball into the top corner. Neville admitted later he was as surprised as anybody to win the award, which he won at the club's end of season award ceremony by just one vote ahead of Baines.
Neville gives United teammates a hand with own goal
Back in 2007 Manchester United were battling to reclaim the title from Chelsea, and Neville was trying to win over the Evertonians who still doubted him. It was perhaps inevitable that Neville would then score an own goal which helped United on the way to their title triumph. Taking place in April, Everton were 2-0 up at Goodison through goals from Stubbs and Fernandes before O'Shea pulled one back for the visitors. And then the moment came, Ronaldo headed towards goal from a corner and Neville trying to clear it bundled the ball into his own goal. It would perhaps not have been so notable, for the fact of who it was and who it was against. United went onto win 4-2, and the conspiracy theorists raged, but Neville would show exactly where his loyalties lay 12 months later, celebrating scoring a penalty in an FA Cup semi-final win against United.
What is your favourite memory of Neville in an Everton shirt?