Steven Gerrard - 100 goals
The Liverpool and England captain hit his 100th Premier League goal against Newcastle when he struck a first-half penalty. But how many names have reached the prestigious milestone before him?
Alan Shearer - 260 goals
Southampton, Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle
The all-time leading Premier League goalscorer netted a staggering 260 times during his 18-year career.
Andrew Cole - 188 goals
Newcastle, Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, Manchester City, Portsmouth
Cole rose to fame with Newcastle before setting a new British record in his move to United. They certainly got what they had paid for, with Cole leading the line as the Red Devils claimed an unprecedented treble.
Thierry Henry - 175 goals
A true Gunners legend - and perhaps their greatest of all-time - Henry is the highest rated foreigner on the list. Became an integral part of the 'Invincibles' side of 2003-04.
Frank Lampard - 166 goals
West Ham, Chelsea
Chelsea's all-time top goalscorer netted his 166th goal in the English top flight with his strike against Hull in the Blues' opening game of the season.
Robbie Fowler - 163 goals, Liverpool, Leeds United, Manchester City
One of Anfield's favoured sons, Fowler scored 128 goals for the Reds over two stints.
Wayne Rooney - 159 goals
Everton, Manchester United
The youngest player to appear on the list, Rooney is constantly breaking records in the Premier League. But he requires another 101 goals to match Shearer's record if he wants to become the most prolific Premier League goalscorer of all-time.
Michael Owen - 150 goals
Liverpool, Newcastle, Manchester United, Stoke City
Like Fowler, Owen scored predominantly for the Reds, netting 118 times for the Merseyside outfit.
Les Ferdinand - 149 goals
Queens Park Rangers, Newcastle United, Tottenham, West Ham, Leicester City, Bolton Wanderers
Ferdinand enjoyed successful spells with both the Magpies and Spurs as well as making his name with QPR, which saw him go on to feature for England on 17 occasions.
Teddy Sheringham - 147 goals
Nottingham Forest, Tottenham, Manchester United, Portsmouth, West Ham
Sheringham featured in the famous United side that won the treble in 1999, but it was during his two spells with Spurs that he scored the bulk of hs Premier League goals - 98.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink - 127 goals
Leeds United, Chelsea, Middlesbrough, Charlton
Hasselbaink remains a firm favourite at Stamford Bridge, and it's no wonder considering he scored nearly half his goals wearing the blue of Chelsea.
Robbie Keane - 126 goals
Coventry, Leeds United, Tottenham, Liverpool, West Ham, Aston Villa
Keane made his name at White Hart Lane, spending eight years with the club across two spells.
Robin van Persie - 125 goals
Arsenal, Manchester United
The Dutchamn spent eight years with the Gunners, becoming an integral part of Arsene Wenger's side before he was sold to United in 2012. He took little time to settle in though, as he finished his first season at Old Trafford with a Premier League winners' medal and the league's top scorer.
Jermain Defoe - 123 goals
West Ham, Portsmouth, Tottenham
The England striker has an impressive record in the top flight, scoring 90 of his current tally with Spurs where he currently plies his trade.
Dwight Yorke - 123 goals
Aston Villa, Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham City, Sunderland
Andy Cole's partner in crime, Yorke was at his prolific best during his time at Old Trafford.
Nicholas Anelka - 123 goals
Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Bolton Wanderers, Chelsea, West Brom
Level with both Defoe and Yorke, Anelka is approaching the end of his career, but that hasn't stopped him from ending his long affair with the nets of the Premier League.
Ian Wright - 113 goals
Arsenal, West Ham
The Gunners' all-time leading scorer until Thierry Henry came along, Wright was at the time of his signing a club-record fee of £2.5m. Compare that to today, and the £42.5m shelled out for Mesut Ozil, and you could have 17 Wright's for one Ozil.
Dion Dublin - 111 goals
Manchester United, Coventry City, Aston Villa
Dublin only scored twice with United, before banging in another 109 goals with the Sky Blues and the Villans.
Emile Heskey - 110 goals
Leicester City, Liverpool, Birmingham City, Wigan, Aston Villa
Heskey is just a goal shy of Dublin, but despite his career yet to reach its end, playing in Australia unfortunately won't add to his Premier League tally.
Ryan Giggs - 109 goals
The only player to have featured in every year of the Premier League, Giggs make it onto the list after an incredible 663 league appearances.
Paul Scholes - 107 goals
Like Giggs, spent his entire career with United. He has retired only to come back to Old Trafford when Sir Alex Ferguson needed his help, and you wouldn't bet against him doing so again, although he appears to be enjoying his coaching career with the same club.
Darren Bent - 105 goals
Ipswich Town, Charlton, Tottenham, Sunderland, Aston Villa, Fulham
A journeyman of the Premier League, Bent is currently playing at Fulham where he has opened his account already - including the winner in their last game against Stoke.
Matt Le Tissier - 101 goals
Le Tissier was a stalwart of the SSaints team throughout the late eighties and nineties, and retired a club legend having creeped past the 100-goal milestone.
Didier Drigba - 100 goals
The last man to have reached the landmark, Drogba scored 100 goals in 226 league games for the Blues.