The midfielder is considered the best player in history at Anfield.
In a revised poll of Liverpool fans known as ‘100 Players Who Shook The Kop’ current captain Steven Gerrard has been named as the best Reds player of all time.
The 33-year-old beat former playing and managing legend Kenny Dalglish to the top spot, with want-away striker Luis Suarez making it in at fifth.
The vote is a revised format from 2006 when Gerrard was beaten by Dalglish to No.1 – but seven years on and fans clearly think the Englishman has edged ahead of the Scot.
From the modern era at Anfield, Jamie Carragher makes it in at sixth, Fernando Torres ninth and Sami Hyypia just scrapes into the top 10.
Other significant names include; Xabi Alonso (13), Michael Owen (14) and Dirk Kuyt (18), whilst more controversially Emile Heskey gets a spot at 69 whilst Milan Baros stands at 72nd.
Yet it is Gerrard that is the supporters’ favourite and with 596 matches under the skipper’s belt for the club so far it is difficult to argue, with the England international scoring 147 goals and providing 83 assists in that time.
The defining moment so far in the midfielder’s career on Merseyside is widely believed to be lifting the Champions League in 2005, when against the odds Gerrard inspired a Liverpool comeback against AC Milan despite being 3-0 down at half-time.
In that match the captain scored the first of the Reds’ goals and then won the penalty that Alonso put away for their third.
During 15 years at Anfield Gerrard has won 11 trophies, which has also included two FA Cups, three League cups and the UEFA Cup.