Scott McTominay marked a personal milestone last week when he registered his 200th Manchester United appearance against Real Betis.
The 26-year-old has been a Red since 2002 and progressed through the youth ranks before advancing to senior level, where he has since become a key member of the first-team squad.
McTominay is just the 32nd Academy graduate to reach the impressive landmark, which was two decades in the making for the No.39. His teammate Marcus Rashford is the only other current player on the list.
The Scotsman made his debut back in May 2017 under former manager Jose Mourinho and has since been deployed consistently by the coaches that followed; Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Ralf Rangnick and now Erik ten Hag.
He added to his tally on Sunday against Southampton and will certainly feature in more matches over the coming weeks, as the experienced Casemiro serves his four-game suspension.