Manchester City's Zack Steffen has become the latest American goalkeeper to play in the Premier League, with goalkeepers the United States' best and most consistent international soccer exports.
Steffen joins an impressive list of his fellow countrymen who have donned the gloves in England, with some of them among the best goalkeepers of any nationality to play in the Premier League.
Kaide Gordon made his senior debut for Derby County last month and is already gathering interest from Liverpool and Man Utd.
Manchester United remained top of the Premier League table with a 0-0 draw against Liverpool.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Manchester United are still underdogs against Liverpool, despite being top of the Premier League table.
The Manchester United lineup that should start the top of the table Premier League clash against Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday 17 January.
7. Juergen Sommer
Premier League Career: 1995 - 1996
Clean Sheets: 4
Sommer was the first but perhaps least famous or remembered American goalkeeper to play in the Premier League, having joined QPR in 1995. The Hoops were relegated but he remained until 1998.
Sommer was also a non-playing member of the USA squads at World Cups in both 1994 and 1998.
6. Brad Guzan
Premier League Career: 2008 - 2017
Clubs: Aston Villa, Middlesbrough
Clean Sheets: 29
Although he arrived at the club in 2008, Guzan had to wait until the 2012/13 season before he became Aston Villa number one, by which time Villa were starting to struggle and would be relegated by 2016.
Guzan was then picked up by newly promoted Middlesbrough but was primarily second choice to Spanish veteran Victor Valdes.
5. Zack Steffen
Premier League Career: 2020 - present
Club: Manchester City
Clean Sheets: 1
Steffen is still at the very start of his Premier League career, but he has landed at an elite club straightaway after being named MLS Goalkeeper of the Year in 2018.
Sceptics didn't expect Steffen to ever play for Manchester City because of the way the club recruits talent to farm out elsewhere, but he has been installed as number two goalkeeper this season.
4. Marcus Hahnemann
Premier League Career: 2006 - 2008; 2009 - 2012
Clubs: Reading, Wolves, Everton
Clean Sheets: 28
Hahnemann left behind a starting role in MLS in 1999 to establish himself in England, eventually making his name at Reading and helping the Royals to promotion in 2006.
Stiff competition for places ensured Hahnemann only made a handful of international appearances during his lengthy career, but he was named in two World Cup squads in 2006 and 2010 at his peak.
3. Kasey Keller
Premier League Career: 1996 - 1999; 2001 - 2005; 2007 - 2008
Clubs: Leicester, Tottenham, Southampton, Fulham
Clean Sheets: 55
Keller spent a total of five seasons as a Premier League number one goalkeeper, initially with Leicester in the late 1990s and later with Tottenham in the early 2000s.
Keller's first taste of football in England was with Millwall in the lower leagues, while he went to four World Cups and was a starter in two.
2. Brad Friedel
Premier League Career: 1997 - 2000; 2001 - 2014
Clubs: Liverpool, Blackburn, Aston Villa, Tottenham
Clean Sheets: 132
Work permit issues on multiple occasions prevented Friedel from joining Nottingham Forest, Newcastle and Sunderland, before he was eventually granted permission to sign for Liverpool in 1997.
But it was after dropping down a division and earning promotion with Blackburn that he established himself as a Premier League star, setting a new record for 310 consecutive appearances.
1. Tim Howard
Premier League Career: 2003 - 2016
Clubs: Manchester United, Everton
Clean Sheets: 132
Howard was nicknamed the 'US Secretary of Defense' for his heroics at the 2014 World Cup, particularly in a record-breaking performance against Belgium, and was a Premier League starter for over a decade.
Howard initially thrived at Manchester United until losing his place after only 18 months, but then provided the foundation for a period of remarkable top half consistency at Everton.