Tim Cahill is set to leave Everton after the club accepted a £1m bid from Major League Soccer side New York Red Bulls.
It signals the end of the Australian's eight-year career at Goodison Park, where he has emerged as one of the Toffees' biggest icons in the 21st century.
Signed for a bargain £1.5m from Millwall in 2004, Cahill scored 68 goals for the Blues and displayed a knack for scoring in the biggest games.
Most of them came courtesy of his head - at 5ft 10in Cahill's heading ability supersedes many of football's beanpole fraternity - but his greatest is surely that spectacular overhead kick at Stamford Bridge to earn a point against Chelsea in November 2007.
The 32-year-old's decline began before his paltry three goals in the 2011/12 season - in the previous campaign he hit his last strike at Manchester City in December.
However Cahill is synonymous with, and the epitome of, the David Moyes era on the blue half of Merseyside: limited yet tough, laborious but tenacious, he has given Everton fans several memorable moments.
And here are some of them...
Second appearance, first goal...
Only to be scandalously sent off for his celebration, September 2004
Remembering to keep his shirt down at Pompey on his Premier League comeback
Regaining the lead at Villa, February 2005
The first of many against Liverpool, March 2005
Held back from Henry, January 2006
Anfield again, March again (2006)
That celebration, Ewood (August 2006)
Starting the party in The 3-0 v Liverpool, September 2006
His greatest goal, Stamford Bridge (November 2007)
A trademark header v Stoke, September 2008
Seeing red against the Red Side, September 2008
Eliminated by Standard Liege, October 2008
Winning three points at City, December 2008
Equalising at Anfield, January 2009
Airborne in the semi-final shootout v United...
But Everton reach their first cup final for 14 years, 2009
Defeat at Wembley to Chelsea, 2009
The final Merseyside derby goal, October 2010
The final goal v Fulham, April 2012
A red card in his final game, albeit after the final whistle
One final outing in pre-season, July 2012