Legend. A word that is flung around far too often in football but unquestionably the only title that can be attributed to Vincent Kompany - who has drawn the curtain on his Manchester City career.
Such an illustrious career naturally warrants a selection of the his finest moments in a City shirt, and, quite frankly, he's had a fair few.
So, here is a selection of those great moments the defender will be fondly remembered for.
Lifting His First Manchester City Trophy
City had a crunch semi final clash against bitter rivals Manchester United to contend with first. Toure was once again the hero on the day, netting in the 52nd minute to send Roberto Mancini's side into their first FA Cup final for 30 years.
The Ivorian's goal, as well as Kompany's solid defensive performance, brought an end to a
Being Handed the Captain's Armband
Guiding His Side to the 2012 Premier League Title
As mentioned, they won a trophy that year.
Clinching Another Premier League Title With a Final Day Goal
After convincingly beating Aston Villa four days earlier, City only needed to avoid defeat to West Ham on the final day of the 2013/14 campaign at the Etihad to claim the title over second placed Liverpool and
Samir Nasri opened the scoring for the hosts before Kompany reacted quickest in the penalty box to fire home from Nasri's corner - allaying fears of any potential Hammers comeback to put the game to bed.
While also showing his scoring touch, the Belgian also played his part in a resolute defensive display that saw West Ham fail to register a single shot on target.
The First of Four Carabao Cup Trophies
Under Manuel Pellegrini's tutelage, the club won another trophy that season, overcoming Sunderland 3-1 in the final to dispel bad memories of Wembley Stadium. The year before they suffered a shock defeat to Wigan in the FA Cup final but made sure not to suffer similar heartbreak after deservedly seeing off a dogged Black Cats side.
They were to win the Carabao Cup again two years later, with Kompany's third such trophy win coming in the 2017/18 season where he scored his side's second goal in a 3-0 victory over Arsenal.
Record Breaking 2017/18 Season
Last season's Premier League was one of utter dominance for Pep Guardiola's side. Kompany and co were simply unplayable, obliterating all other sides on their way to reaching a record-breaking 100 point haul and having the title won with five games spare after Jose Mourinho's United lost at home to West Brom.
Niggling injuries had marred Kompany's career for the two seasons prior, making just 25 league appearances across the 2015/16 and 2016/17 campaigns. However, he overcame most of those struggles to turn out 17 times that season as Guardiola's side claimed a league and Carabao Cup double.
That Rocket Against Leicester
It is now confirmed that this will be his final goal for the club. But my oh my, what a way to sign off.
The Premier League title race was another thrilling one, as Liverpool ran City right down to the wire with all left to play on the final day of the season. It might not have panned out that way, however, if Kompany hadn't played his part with a thunderbolt against Leicester on the penultimate set of fixtures.
Brendan Rodgers' men had frustrated the hosts up until the 70th minute, when the 33-year-old let fly a stunning 25-yard effort into the top corner to spark scenes of utter jubilation among players and fans alike. The goal set up a tense final day with City in pole position to clinch the title - knowing a win would suffice.
Actually Doing it - Winning the Domestic Treble
Kompany's fourth Carabao Cup title was already assured after seeing off Chelsea in a penalty shootout at Wembley, with the Premier League within their grasp.
Despite falling behind early on against Brighton, City replied with four goals to secure the three points knowing that they would hand them back-to-back Carabao and Premier League titles.
There was still a chance for further history to be written though. Taking on Watford in the FA Cup final presented the club with the opportunity to become domestic treble winners. It was an utter demolition of Javi Gracia's side, brushing the Hornets aside 6-0 to become the first English male team to claim all three crowns in the same season. His final contribution to the club, but a legendary one at that.