One player will be selected from each of the 100 professional clubs to have played in the football league throughout the last 100 years.
We've come up with our list of 10 legends and all you have to do is vote for the player who you think should represent Spurs in the PFA Centenary Hall of Fame.
Voting is open until next Monday morning, July 2 and we'll announce the winner next Tuesday.
HERE ARE THE PLAYERS - TO VOTE, USE THE EMAIL LINK...
Bill Nicholson (1938-1954, 341 appearances/6 goals) - 'Mr Spurs' will always be remembered as the manager who brought the glory, glory days to the Lane but before taking the managerial reins, he was a long-serving player, a member of the 1949-50-51 'push and run' team that won consecutive Second and First Division titles and an England international who travelled to the 1950 World Cup and scored within 30 seconds of his one and only cap. TO VOTE - EMAIL BY CLICKING HERE
Ron Burgess (1939-1954, 324 appearances/16 goals) - The inspirational skipper of our famous 'push and run' championship sides in 1949-50-51, Ron made his Spurs debut in 1939 and stayed there for the next 15 years, his appearances only interrupted by injury, national service or international calls. Captain of Wales, he later managed Watford, where he signed a raw young keeper from Northern Ireland - Pat Jennings. TO VOTE - EMAIL BY CLICKING HERE
Danny Blanchflower (1954-1963, 382 appearances/21 goals) - Captain of our double-winner side in 1961, Danny lifted the FA Cup twice, the European Cup Winners Cup, the league title and gained 50 caps for Northern Ireland before retiring in 1964. Voted Player of the Year in 1958 and 1961, he also managed Chelsea and Northern Ireland. TO VOTE - EMAIL BY CLICKING HERE
Dave Mackay (1959-1968, 318 appearances/51 goals) - Seen by many as the most important signing made by the club, Dave was heartbeat of our double-winning side in 1961, his all-action style and never-say-die attitude was the perfect foil for half-back partner Danny Blanchflower. Many feared Mackay's career over when he broke his leg twice but he fought back to proudly lift the FA Cup as skipper in 1967. He later managed at Swindon, Walsall, Forest and Birmingham. TO VOTE - EMAIL BY CLICKING HERE
Jimmy Greaves (380 appearances/266 goals) - The greatest goalscorer in our history and, arguably, ever - certainly in British football. Jimmy Greaves' record speaks for itself - an amazing 266 goals in 380 games in the league, FA and League Cups and European competition. He won two FA Cups, the European Cup Winners' Cup and 42 England caps at Spurs (57 in total) but missed out on the World Cup Final in 1966 when he was hit by hepatitis. TO VOTE - EMAIL BY CLICKING HERE
Pat Jennings (1964-1977, 673 appearances/1 goal) - Arguably the best goalkeeper ever, Big Pat won the FA Cup in 1967, League Cup in 1971 and 1973, UEFA Cup in 1972 and on a personal level, the PFA (1975-76) and Football Writers' Player Of The Year (1972-73) Awards. He also won 119 caps for Northern Ireland and played in two World Cups. Still out there at the training ground in his role as goalkeeping consultant. TO VOTE - EMAIL BY CLICKING HERE
Steve Perryman (1969-1986, 854 appearances/39 goals) - The most loyal player in the Club's history, Steve holds the record for most appearances in the league, FA Cup, League Cup and Europe. He also won more medals than any other player at the Lane with two League Cups, two UEFA Cups and two FA Cups alongside the honour of the Football Writers' Player of the Year in 1982. Later returned as assistant manager. TO VOTE - EMAIL BY CLICKING HERE
Glenn Hoddle (1975-1987, 490 appearances/110 goals) - Without doubt, the most naturally gifted English player of his generation, Glenn lit up the Lane for 12 years with sublime skills, unequalled passing ability, his eye for a goal and that knack of being able to turn a game with a moment of magic. The fulcrum in midfield of the great Spurs team of the early 1980s that won two FA Cups and the UEFA Cup, although injury ruled him out of the European final. He also appeared in the 1987 FA Cup and 1982 League Cup Finals. Capped 53 times by England, 44 at Spurs, making him our most capped England player. Later managed us between 2001-2003. TO VOTE - EMAIL BY CLICKING HERE
Ossie Ardiles (1978-1988, 311 appearances/25 goals) - Forever remembered for wanting to 'win the cup for Tottingham', Ardiles did just that in an amazing chapter of the Club's history. Keith Burkinshaw completed the coup for Ardiles and compatriot Ricky Villa after the pair, particularly Ardiles, starred in Argentina's World Cup triumph in 1978. Superbly skilful and determined for such a slight figure in the English game, Ardiles immediately forged a dream team in midfield with Glenn Hoddle as we won two FA Cups and the UEFA Cup in 1984. Later managed the club in 1993-94. TO VOTE - EMAIL BY CLICKING HERE
Gary Mabbutt (1981-1998, 611 appearances/39 goals) - A model professional in the modern era, Gary played over 600 games for Spurs in 16 years before retiring in at the end of the 1997-98 season. Numbers alone don't tell the whole story though, he battled throughout his career against the affects of diabetes and managed to overcome a serious facial injury in 1994 and a broken leg that ruled him out of the 1996-97 season. Awarded the MBE and winner of 16 full England caps, Gary's proudest moment came when he lifted The FA Cup at Wembley in 1991. TO VOTE - EMAIL BY CLICKING HERE
As part of it's Centenary Year, the Professional Footballers Association is putting together a list of the top 100 players who have played professional football over the last 100 years.