Scott Parker has announced his retirement from football after an illustrious 20-year career.
Parker began life as a trainee at Charlton Athletic and went on to spend seven successful years at the Valley before earning a big money move to Chelsea.
He found first team opportunities hard to come by at Stamford Bridge, but reviatlised his career with a £7.5 million move to Newcastle United.
Further successful spells with West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur followed, before Parker ended his career with four years at Fulham.
A fans' favourite wherever he has been, Parker made more than 400 league appearances in 20 years in the top echelons of English football.
He told Get West London after the season ended that he would use the summer to contemplate his future , and talks are progressing about staying on in a coaching role at Craven Cottage.
Fulham Supporters Trust's Dan Crawford said: "Sad news to see Parker has retired, he has been an excellent servant to the club, whose influence off the field increased with the emergence of young talent including Lasse Vigen Christensen, Ryan Sessegnon and Dennis Adeniran.
"He is a fine example and I hope he goes on to have a successful coaching career. Everyone connected with Fulham wishes him very well."