In four seasons at Selhurst Park, Glenn Murray cemented himself as a Crystal Palace legend.
The 6ft 2 striker had a season in 2012/13 that will go down in Palace folklore, as he netted 30 goals in the Championship, helping The Eagles earn promotion back to the Premier League.
In doing this, he captured the adoration of all the Palace faithful, and also a place in the PFA Championship Team of the Year, and later the Football Manager Team of the Decade.
However, his next few seasons in the Premier League perhaps did not go to plan, as he had persistent injury problems. This lead to his sale to fellow top-flight outfit Bournemouth in 2015.
While Palace fans were sad to see such a loved player leave, they thanked him for everything that he did for the club on Twitter, in a massive act of appreciation.
This is what the fans had to say:
— joe boss (@officialjoeboss) September 1, 2015
— Suzie B-P (@ZannaPoobanna) 1 September 2015
— Alex Wells (@ampwells98) 1 September 2015
— AK (@KnowlesyCPFC) 1 September 2015
— Kerry England (@Kerrycpfc) 1 September 2015
— Luke CPFC (@LukeRemnant) 1 September 2015
— Pain Hennessey (@cb1ishere) 1 September 2015
— Roy’s boys (@J0NIESTA) 1 September 2015