Asked to describe Sergio Aguero in one word, Jermaine Jenas, Micah Richards and Nedum Onuoha provide answers that say it all.
Manchester City striker Aguero leaves Etihad Stadium this summer after 10 years, 258 goals and unprecedented success at the club.
He has five Premier League titles, one FA Cup, six League Cup triumphs and, on 29 May, has the chance to add a Champions League medal to his collection.
His individual numbers are possibly even more impressive. He is Manchester City’s all-time leading goalscorer. He has the best minutes-to-goals ratio in Premier League history. He has more Premier League hat-tricks than anyone else. He is the top overseas goalscorer in league history. And he is fourth in the Premier League all-time scorers list.
Now, with this season confirmed as his last at the club, former Manchester City team-mates Richards and Onuoha join ex-Tottenham and England midfielder Jermaine Jenas – and a few others – on a BBC Radio 5 Live special to discuss Aguero’s impact and the legacy he is leaving behind.