Bradford City's Team of the Decade has officially been unveiled.
Decided by social media polls across the club's official Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts, the process saw more than 35,000 votes cast.
The 2010s will be remebered fondly by many City supporters, experiencing memorable highs - mainly thanks to the heroics of club legends.
Polling saw a shortlist of four former Bantams in each position drawn, with players with the most votes in each position now forming our illustrious 11.
Between the sticks is goalkeeper Matt Duke, whose heroics thoughout the 2012/13 season helped Phil Parkinson's side on their way to the then Capital One Cup Final.
Across the back four are central defenders Rory McArdle and Andrew Davies - and long-serving Bantams James Meredith and Stephen Darby.
In midfield are Gary Jones and Josh Cullen, with Kyel Reid and Mark Marshall occupying places on the left and right wings respectively.
And spaces in attack are then taken up by City's memorable 2012/13 strikeforce of Nahki Wells and James Hanson.
BRADFORD CITY 2010s TEAM OF THE DECADE:
Matt Duke - 1,795 votes
Rory McArdle - 1,806 votes
Andrew Davies - 1,544 votes
Stephen Darby - 3,393 votes
James Meredith - 2,603 votes
Gary Jones - 2,447 votes
Josh Cullen - 960 votes
Mark Marshall - 1,445 votes
Kyel Reid - 2,169 votes
Nahki Wells - 2,736 votes
James Hanson - 1,631 votes