Sunday's win at City marked Ledley King's 250th appearance for the club in all competitions and the 200th of Tom Huddlestone's career.
Skipper Ledley, 28, is the longest-serving player at the club.
He made his senior debut at Liverpool on May 1, 1999 and has since featured in 202 Premier League games plus 48 in various cup competitions. His goals tally to date stands at 11.
A total of 56 players have reached this milestone in our colours over the last 100 years.
Midfielder Tom made his senior debut for Derby County against Stoke City on August 9, 2003, aged 16, and went on to play 95 games in all competitions for Derby prior to signing for us during July, 2005.
A 13-match loan spell at Wolverhampton Wanderers between October, 2005 and Janaury, 2006 yielded his first senior goal.
Tom made his Spurs debut at Fulham on January 31, 2006 and has now played 92 games in our colours, netting eight goals.
His overall tally of 200 games comprises 162 League appearances plus 38 in cup competitions and play-off matches.
With thanks to Club Historian Andy Porter...