STRIKER Marcus Stewart has been given the accolade of Huddersfield Town's best player in a survey to find the Best and Worst at each club in British football.
His hotshot performances during four seasons grabbed him the crown from fans.
But Simon Baldry has been handed the dunce's cap by fans in the controversial poll.
FourFourTwo magazine set the challenge and the emails, letters and faxes have been flying in - along with furious debate over chatrooms and message boards.
"Fans couldn't wait to name and shame their club's worst player. We had huge response across the range, from Arsenal to Yeovil," said editor Hugh Sleight.
"It quickly became obvious that they fitted in to distinct types - clown, donkey or villain. Now we can't wait to see who will claim the worst-ever player crown."
Baldry - who was at Notts County last season - was not an obvious choice as the Worst. But Terriers' fans were continually frustrated by his failure to realise bags of natural talent.
The skilful winger burst on to the scene in 1994 and scored in Town's final game at Leeds Road. But his form dipped.
Despite 10 seasons at the club, in which he made 166 appearances and scored 10 goals, he was still picked out.
Stewart, who now plays for Sunderland, was picked because of his 65 goals in 160 appearances up to his transfer in 2000 and because he performed with a touch of class, said the magazine.
The debate on Town's worst-ever player kicked off six months ago when a book, England's Worst Footballers, gave the dubious distinction to winger George Donis.
In May 2003 Examiner readers had voted Stewart best ever Town player.