David Worrall and Jennison Myrie-Williams have been voted into your Port Vale team of the decade.
We asked supporters to vote for the wide-men you wanted in your select XI – and your votes have given a clear answer.
Current first-teamer Worrall topped the poll with 44 per cent, followed by Myrie-Williams on 32 per cent. Next closest was Mark Marshall on 11 per cent. Also in the poll were Chris Birchall, Ashley Vincent, Enoch Andoh, Cristian Montano, Sam Foley, Chris Eagles and Byron Moore.
Worrall, who has to be a contender to be Vale’s player of the season, has impressed playing on the right and left of John Askey’s front three, and has also played in the midfield three.
It’s no surprise that he’s spent much of his career a division higher – playing in League One with Bury, Oldham, Southend and Millwall.
Signed by Michael Brown in 2017, he’s brought that quality to the Vale, along with an admirable work rate.
Myrie-Williams was a star of Vale’s 2012-13 promotion season who also did the business for the club in League One.
He scored 11 goals in all competitions in that promotion season and started 43 of the club’s 46 league games.
Signed initially on-loan from Stevenage in November 2011 by Micky Adams, he made that move permanent the following summer.
After helping the Vale to promotion, Myrie-Williams weighed in with a further ten goals the following season to help the Vale to a ninth placed finish in League One.
His Vale goals included some stunners, not least at home to Shrewsbury in November 2013 when he ran from his own half, cut inside on the edge of the area and bent a shot into the far corner.
So, Worrall and Myrie-Williams take their places in your team of the decade. That side also includes Scott Brown, Adam Yates, John McCombe, Lee Collins, Anthony Griffith and Doug Loft.
Coming next, the vote for the strikers…….