Following the selection of Puig Aubert as the finest ever full-back to play international rugby league, we now turn our attention to the wingers.
As we are selecting two wingers the initial long-list is 10 players and, through social media, we will no doubt have that increased as fans have their say.
The list will be open to public debate a=on Facebook and Twitter and we will see who gets the most attention
The initial short-list selected by media and fans around the world is:
🏴 Clive Sullivan - they called Michael Holding "whispering death" Clive Sullivan with his smooth running action was the rugby league equivalent. Has a road named after him so that must say something
🇦🇺 Eric Grothe - almost the exact opposite to Clive - Eric was power personified - probably more like "rumbling death" as Eric crashed towards the line, scattering defenders in his wake
🏴 Mike Sullivan - a theme appearing here. Sully is the record international try scorer - 44 tries in 50 games
🇦🇺 Ken Irvine - he was the fastest player of his age. He was an athletic try-scoring machine. Ken maintained his place at the highest level of the game for a decade by sheer weight of tries - 212 is 30 more than 2nd place.
🏴 Billy Boston - another player featuring in not one but two statues. Billy scored a total of 571 tries in his career, making him the second-highest try scorer in rugby league history.
🇳🇿 Lesley Vainikolo - anyone called the volcano has to be on this list - he could run the 100 metres in 10.6 seconds
🇦🇺 Wendell Sailor - his large frame and bullocking style made him a formidable opponent and prolific try-scorer. He played for Australia (the Kangaroos) 16 times and was top try scorer at 2000 Rugby League World Cup
🏴 Martin Offiah - another player with a statue. With over 450 tries in a career at international and club level in both the UK and Australia. Scorer of Wembley Stadium's iconic tries.
🇦🇺 Brian Bevan - it's like you need a statue to be on this list! The "freakish" winger who played a full career in the UK is the world record try-scorer - no argument and unlikely to be overtaken.
🇦🇺 Josh Addo Carr - one of the modern-day greats and probably still has his best in front of him. Josh is the quickest current player, he is clocked at a top speed of 38.5km/h.