Last week we asked you to vote for who you thought was Burnley's best player of the last decade and now we want you to cast your mind back just a little further and select your best Burnley player of the 1990s.

This time it covers the period from the start of the 1990/91 season until the end of the 1999/2000 season. John Deary and Joe Jakub scored in a 2-2 home draw against Lincoln to kick off the decade whilst the last game was that glorious day at Scunthorpe when goals from Micky Mellon and Glen Little turned things round to give us the 2-1 victory that won us automatic promotion.

No less than 129 players played league football for the Clarets and that's four more than in the following decade for which we have just voted Robbie Blake the best player.

Again we held a thread on the message board asking posters to name their best five players of the decade. Those nominating to Kevin Ball, Robbie Blake and Gary Cahill had to be disqualified, none of whom featured for Burnley during the decade.

The totalling up has been done and the fifteen with the most nominations have now been placed in a voting poll on the site and you will be able to cast your vote any time this week until the end of Friday after which the poll closes.

The players have been listed in alphabetical order; from goalkeeper Marlon Beresford (1992-1998) through to Adrian Randall (1991-1995).

Watch out for the thread on the message board asking for nominations from the 1980s but for now you can find the 1990s voting poll, as always, down the right hand side of the front page.