10. Andy Booth
Andy Booth bookended a stellar career with spells at Huddersfield Town.
He broke through initially in the early 1990s, surpassing 150 appearances for the Terriers and returning 63 goals.
Sheffield Wednesday and Tottenham then had the striker on their books, before Booth moved back to Huddersfield not long after the Millennium.
A further 87 goals followed, alongside 301 appearances for the Terriers, the last of which came when Booth was 35 years, four months and 26 days old.
That sees him edge onto this list in 10th place, as one of the oldest players to ever play for the Terriers.