Liverpool defender Kolo Toure could make history as the first player to win the Premier League title with three different clubs, if Brendan Rodgers's side are successful in their pursuit of the domestic crown in 2013/14.
The Ivory Coast international might not be revered as the most reliable central defender in England's top-flight - particularly after a catalogue of high-profile errors again this season - but he should be recognised for the unprecedented achievement if the trophy ends up at Anfield in May.
Toure's first title triumph came with Arsenal in 2003/04, during his second full season in north London. The now 33-year-old formed a terrific partnership alongside Sol Campbell at the heart of Arsene Wenger's defence, winning the Premier League at a canter as the Gunners went the entire campaign unbeaten.
After seven-and-a-half-years at Arsenal the African joined Manchester City in 2009 for a reported £14million fee. He was appointed club captain by Mark Hughes in a side that had acquired a number of high-profile signings, as the Citizens looked to use their newfound wealth to help break into the top four.
City finished fifth in Toure's first season at the Etihad Stadium, but a year later was joined by brother Yaya Toure as the club's recruitment drive continued. They also sacked Hughes and replaced him with Roberto Mancini.
Mancini relieved Toure of captaincy duties, but he still remained an integral part of first-team plans, until he was handed a six-month ban for failing a drugs test in early 2011.
After his return from suspension Toure struggled to regain his place in Mancini's starting line-up and was used more sparingly as a squad player, making just 14 Premier League appearances in 2011/12 - the year that delivered Manchester City's first - and Toure's second - top-flight title.
With the Citizens going from strength to strength and enjoying more collective success, Toure fell further down the first-team pecking order and rarely featured during 2012/13, prompting a free transfer move to Liverpool upon the expiry of his contract last summer.
Rodgers wanted to utilise Toure's years of experience following the retirement of Jamie Carragher at Anfield, and despite playing a bit-part role again in 2013/14, he now has a chance to achieve something that has never been done before.
As it stands, Toure is already part of an exclusive club of just six players to get their hands on the Premier League title with two different teams - but can you name them?
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