THE search for Town's top 100 favourites closes at midnight.
Fans have been making nominations over the past few months and following progress in the Examiner.
A panel of judges will sit next month to decide on the final list, which will be published in a book to help mark Town's centenary in 2008.
The search has prompted fans from across the globe to vote for the players who brought them most joy when watching matches at Leeds Road or the Galpharm Stadium.
Some, too, have voted for players they were told about by fathers and grandfathers and who helped the club become the first to land a hat trick of League championships.
One such fan is Phil Senior from Trowbridge in Wiltshire, whose vote for Billy Smith was the last received at the Examiner sportsdesk.
"I would like to nominate WH Smith as the greatest Town player of all time," said Mr Senior.
"It is paradoxical that the vast majority of Town's `greats' emanate from the heady days of the 1920s and 1930s when Huddersfield Town were the greatest football team in the land and that, as such, very few today will remember them.
"Notwithstanding this, there can only be one real candidate for the greatest ever - the man whose exploits down the wing were recalled endlessly by my father and his friends while watching Town as young boys after the First World War.
"The man who played more times for Town than any other player, the man who was the first ever to score direct from a corner and the man who earned and scored the penalty in 1922 which gave Town their only FA Cup final win.
"That's the Tantobie flier himself, the immortal Billy Smith."