They just don't make them like Wayne Rooney anymore, do they?
Rooney burst onto the seen when nothing more than a budding teenager, showing his supreme talent with an absolute howitzer against Arsenal on debut - he was just 16 at the time.
In other words, while his classmates were sitting their A-level exams, Rooney was down the Premier League football, netting worldies and becoming one of the most exciting prospects in the game.
From day one, it was a match made in heaven.
Rooney took to Old Trafford like a duck to water, instantly embarking on a superb goalscoring tirade that lasted for years and years on end.
Rooney's Manchester United records and titles
During his time at the Theatre of Dreams, Rooney would win a glut of individual and team titles as he quickly established himself as one of Europe's most fearsome hitmen.
Over the course of 13 remarkable Old Trafford years, he would win five Premier League titles and one Champions League.
His partnership with Cristiano Ronaldo was like something straight off the pages of a fantasy football site as the pair carved out their own little piece of history at one of England's most historic establishments.
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Eventually, Rooney would go on to eclipse Sir Bobby Charlton's imperious record of 249 goals for the club, becoming the greatest goalscorer ever seen in those parts with 253 to his name.
There can be no doubting that Rooney is one of the greatest footballers to ever kick a ball about on the hallowed Old Trafford turf, and his momentous antics will live long in the memory.
Prime Video releases trailer for Rooney documentary
However, if you have started to forget just how good 'Roo' was, we have some good news.
Amazon Prime have today released an incredible trailer for their documentary on the career of the English forward and it looks like it is going to be a bona-fide must see.
Simply titled 'Rooney', the documentary will provide unparalleled insight into the mindset of rage that punctuated his career, while hearing interviews from global superstars like David Beckham, Thierry Henry and many more.
Rooney may not have been your cup of tea while he was banging in goals for fun across the length and breadth of Europe, but there can be no doubting this will be a fascinating watch.
Once again Amazon look like they have smashed it right out of the park.News Now - Sport News