Out of all the strikers he has played against in his career, Ben Foster has now picked out the best individual performance he has ever come across.
During his long career that spanned more than 20 years, Foster played the majority of his matches in the Premier League.
Playing for the likes of Manchester United, Watford and West Brom, Foster has been up against some of the very best that English football had to offer.
Now, he has picked out the best player he has ever faced. You can watch the footage below.
Speaking on his podcast, The FozCast, Foster was full of praise for former Chelsea and Ivory Coast star Didier Drogba.
He said: “If ever anybody asked me the question of who is the best striker you have ever played against, the best individual performance from any striker I’ve ever played against.
“It is Didier Drogba, is that one day away at Stamford Bridge and Didier Drogba, he just abused us, he did.
“He has got probably the most rounded full-package striker I have ever seen in my life.”
Foster added: “He had absolutely everything and he bullied us this day. He’s an absolute beauty.”
Drogba made 679 appearances in his club career, playing for the likes of Chelsea, Marseille and Galatasaray. In total, he scored 297 club goals in his illustrious career.
For Foster, the 39-year-old decided to come out of retirement this week after signing for Non-League side Wrexham.
On his second debut for the Welsh club, he managed to keep a clean sheet during a 3-0 win over York City.
Upon re-signing for the club he played for back in 2005. The former Manchester United stopper said: “I’m over the moon. I’ve been at the Club for an hour this morning and it seems a really nice place. Everyone is down to earth and the manager’s top-class.
“It’s changed a lot since I was last here, but it’s nice to be back and it’s nice to be back as a player too. It will be interesting to see how my body feels after training today! I’m looking forward to getting started.”