Ten years have passed since Dean Windass volleyed Hull City into the Premier League for the first time in their history against Bristol City in the Play-Off final.
Here is where the Tigers’ starting XI from that day are now-
GK- Boaz Myhill- The Wales international spent seven years with Hull before leaving in 2010 to join West Bromwich Albion, where he remains today eight years on.
RB- Sam Ricketts- He is now in his first managerial role with National League side Wrexham.
CB- Wayne Brown- The 41-year-old is the manager of Isthmian North Division outfit Maldon and Tiptree.
CB- Michael Turner- He played a key role in the Tigers’ promotion in 2008 and now plays in League One for Southend United.
LB- Andy Dawson- He spent ten years as a player with City and is the first-team coach of Scunthorpe United.
RM- Richard Garcia- The former Australia international announced his retirement from playing last year. He is now the assistant manager of Perth Glory and head coach for their youth team.
CM- Ian Ashbee- He captained the Tigers in all four divisions of English football and now works in the watch industry.
CM- Bryan Hughes- He has also retired from the game after spells with Birmingham City, Charlton, City, Accrington Stanley, IBV Vestmannaeyja and Scarborough Athletic.
LM- Nick Barmby- The City legend went onto manage the club after retiring but was harshly sacked by the Allams. He has not worked in football since.
ST- Dean Windass- The scorer of the most famous goal in the Tigers’ history now works as a club ambassador at the KCOM Stadium.
ST- Fraizer Campbell- He spent the 2007/08 season on loan as a teenager from Manchester United and returned to Hull last year. He is the top scorer so far in this campaign.