Teddy Sheringham joined West Ham United on this day in 2004 - and we are marking the anniversary with every goal he scored in Claret and Blue!
The outstanding former England forward was already 38 when he arrived from Portsmouth, but Sheringham rolled back the years to enjoy two sensational seasons in Claret and Blue.
After becoming the Club's oldest-ever debutant, Sheringham finished his first season as Hammer of the Year and the Irons' leading scorer with 21 goals as Alan Pardew's squad won promotion via the Play-Offs!
The following season, 2005/06, Sheringham helped the Hammers reach the FA Cup final. And, to cap a memorable career in Claret and Blue, he became the Premier League's oldest-ever goalscorer at the age of 40 years and 270 days when he netted against Manchester City in December 2006.
In all, Sheringham scored 30 goals in 87 appearances across two-and-a-half memorable seasons, before later returning to east London as a member of Sam Allardyce's coaching staff in 2014/15.
And you can enjoy all 30 of those goals again here!