It takes a lot to earn legendary status at a club, but staying at the same team for a long period of time is one way of making sure you earn it.
They may not score hundreds of goals for the club or keep clean-sheets week in week out, but if you commit to a team and stay there for years, you will certainly be recognised as a true servant to the club.
To honour these long-serving players we have formulated a list of each club’s most committed player.
Ryan Giggs is unsurprisingly in the lead as he has been a player for Manchester United since the start of the Premier League era, which started back in 1992.
Norwich City and QPR show the highest player turnover rate as Wes Hoolahan and Radek Cerny are the most recent players to make the list.
So who is your club's current longest servant? Find out below!
Arsenal | Abou Diaby | 2664 days
Aston Villa | Gabriel Agbonlahor | 2695 days
Chelsea | John Terry | 4735 days
Everton | Tony Hibbert | 4674 days
Fulham | Simon Davies | 2299 days
Liverpool | Jamie Carragher | 6135 days
Manchester City | Michah Richards | 2848 days
Manchester United | Ryan Giggs | 8204 days
Newcaslte United | Steven Taylor | 3426 days
Norwich City | Wes Hoolahan | 1752 days
Queens Park Rangers | Radek Cerny | 1752 days
Reading | Jimmy Kebe | 1934 days
Southampton | Kelvin Davies | 2483 days
Stoke City | Andy Wilkinson | 2330 days
Sunderland | Phil Bardsley | 1934 days
Swansea City | Garry Monk | 3213 days
Tottenham Hotspur | Michael Dawson | 3029 days
West Bromwich Albion | James Morrison | 2118 days
West Ham United | Carlton Cole | 2483 days
Wigan Athletic | Emmerson Boyce | 2483 days
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