Martin Offiah has been one of the most prolific try-scoring wingers ever to play the 13-a-side code. He has proved to be one of the greatest entertainers the sport has produced in its 106-year history.
His record of 501 tries across a 14-year career in England and Australia is testimony to a strike rate beyond most ordinary mortals.
His 275 tries in only 265 Division One and Super League games only serves to reinforce this belief.
Martin Offiah trails only Australia's Brian Bevan and Welshman Billy Boston in rugby league's all-time list of try-scorers.
The man league fans call "Chariots" racked up 20 cup-winning medals and scored 26 tries in 33 games for Great Britain and five in eight for England.