Harry Kewell received the honour of greatest ever Australian footballer by Football Australia in 2012, but he just misses out on the top spot as the greatest ever Australia men's national team player.
So there's only other one name so deserving of this honour: Tim Cahill, arguably the greatest ever player to represent Australia's men's national team.
Over the years, he has developed a knack for scoring goals at the right time. He has saved Australia from defeat but also landed victory for his country against all the odds.
He holds the record for most number of goals scored by an Australian at international level (35). He has also made a huge contribution by declaring his loyalty for the national team at every opportunity.
He spoke with Fox Sports Australia to discuss his allegiance with the national team over his loyalty to his club the New York Red Bulls:
It's always a sticky situation sometimes, because people say can you miss the games? Well not really, purely because the continuity is not there. The familiarisation of each other, and the football and if we want to win something, then we have to really take it seriously.
According to the Australian, Cahill has now racked up 74 appearances for the Socceroos and placed in the top 10 most appearances of all time for the green and gold.
Tim Cahill created history for Australia in the 2006 World Cup group stages. He scored Australia's first two goals at the knockout phase of a World Cup. This set the stage for Australia's progression to the round of 16, for the first and only time.
Cahill's achievements in 2006 form some of his most notable. He also appeared at the 2010 World Cup and scored against Serbia.
Perhaps the most recent, shining memory could prove the best yet. His wonder volley against the Netherlands at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil—contender for goal of the tournament as recorded by Fifa.com.
Cahill, the only player at the 2014 World Cup to have scored at three consecutive tournaments, has also scored more WC goals than Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, as reported by Business Insider.
As fans of the national team, we can rely on Timmy, and he relies on us. Tim Cahill has demonstrated his loyalty and he has repaid the faith shown in him over the years, by setting records, making history for Australia and putting this country's football on the map.