The Three Lions captain was voted England Player of the Year in 2007
With just eleven days left to vote for your England Player of the Year, we look back on Steven Gerrard’s award-winning 2007.
Missing just the friendly with Germany at Wembley, Gerrard was involved in every competitive game during those 12 months and he donned the captain's armband five times.
Scoring twice, with both goals coming away to Andorra, Gerrard took his caps haul to 63 and when the poll opened he was the supporters' choice.
Gerrard said at the time: "It's a fantastic honour, coming from the fans makes it very special to me - I'm really proud.
"The fans pay their money and come and watch us play around the world, so to get their support is great.”
Gerrard topped the poll on TheFA.com, collecting 22 per cent of the votes, with Manchester City defender Micah Richards his closest rival.
The Liverpool skipper began 2007 as captain of his country with Spain the opponents at Old Trafford and played in eleven games for the Three Lions.
Gerrard, Joe Hart, Glen Johnson, Ashley Cole and Danny Welbeck are all in the hunt this year and it's up to you which star will claim the 2012 England Player of the Year award at the inaugural FA England Awards in association with Vauxhall at St. George's Park on Sunday 3 February 2013.
Place your vote in the poll below before the closing date of 13 January 2013. You can also vote for the England Men's Under-21sand Women's Senior Players of the Year, too.