West Ham winger Michail Antonio has reached 100 Premier League appearances in claret and blue.
The 28-year-old posted a picture of himself on Twitter holding the box he has been awarded for reaching this milestone.
Antonio joined West Ham from Nottingham Forest in 2015 and had a slow start to life in East London as he failed to get much playing time.
But he soon found his way into Slaven Bilic’s plans, establishing himself as a regular under the Croat. Antonio quickly became a fan favourite for his powerful performances, goals and wacky celebrations.
Now he has reached the 100 mark and is a regular in Manuel Pellegrini’s starting line-up.
Michail Antonio: Premier League stats
We take a look at Antonio’s Premier League matches for West Ham in numbers (statistics provided by the Premier League’s official website).
Antonio has played 101 times for the Hammers in the top flight, racking up a decent tally of 24 goals and 10 assists. 15 of those goals were scored with his head, highlighting his aerial dominance.
He has also spent time at right-back and has made 105 tackles with a success rate of 71 per cent in his Premier League career.
Antonio has received one red card to put a blip on his record but most of his other stats show his importance to West Ham.