Brentford gave this man the platform to get his career going after coming through the academy at Charlton Athletic.
Unable to break through at The Valley, the Bees were allowed to have centre-back Michael Turner on loan in the summer of 2004.
It took him just three months to impress, as Brentford made the signing permanent from the Addicks.
From there on, Turner would end up making 55 appearances in all competitions for the Bees in 2004/05, scoring once, which was the winner against Tranmere Rovers.
He was ever-present the following season, again playing 55 times in all competitions and impressing. That led to a move to Hull City in the summer of 2006, where Brentford were paid around £350,000.
It was definitely a successful period for Turner at Griffin Park and one which endeared him to the fans.
He went on to play three seasons at Hull, featuring in nearly 150 games and scoring 13 times. That has been his best return in his career to date.
Turner's impressive performances attracted a £4m move to Sunderland in 2009, where he would spend three years, playing 75 times.
Norwich snapped him up in 2012, where he has been for the last five years, but his career has never hit the heights as it did at Brentford and Hull. He has spent time on loan at Fulham and Sheffield Wednesday, too, in the last couple of years.
Turner was definitely a star for both Brentford and Hull - so where does he rank for the Bees in your opinion? Have your say using our team selector, below.