Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has long since ensured his name will be in the club's folklore, most notably for ensuring Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler's place in the television hall of fame.
That famous goal in the dying moments of the 2011-12 Premier League campaign against Queens Park Rangers will live long in the memories of every single City supporter.
The Argentina international has not stopped delivering since that heart-stopping moment in May 2012, but with his Etihad Stadium success have come links with a move away.
The most recent came this week, courtesy of Antony Kastrinakis of The Sun (subscription required), who claims Barcelona have made Aguero their No. 1 transfer target in the summer.
Such a link will not be a shock for City fans, but there is a worrying sentence in the article, which could impact if true: "Aguero’s close pal Lionel Messi is certain to use all his influence during the World Cup to convince his Argentina team-mate to move to the Nou Camp."
It would be naïve not to believe the stellar name of Messi carries some weight at the Camp Nou, and if he wants Aguero alongside him, the La Liga champions are going to listen.
For Aguero himself, at the age of 25, a crossroads is approaching. He has, undeniably, been a major success with City since his move from Atletico Madrid in 2011.
Now he and City are facing a significant decision in his career. The former Independiente striker's current contract will expire in 2017, and while there may seem to be little rush on the part of the club's board, Aguero will be looking at what the future holds at the club.
The Champions League trophy still seems a long way off for City after failing to get out of the group stages on two occasions before falling to Barcelona in the last 16 this season.
The Premier League title City appeared to be coasting toward two months ago does not seem as certain as it did when Aguero and Alvaro Negredo were in irresistible form, before the Argentine's hamstring injury in January.
Under Manuel Pellegrini, Aguero has continued to thrive and improve, but both the manager and the club will have to ensure the striker's ambitions are matched.
Otherwise, the appeal of Messi and Barcelona may become too strong to resist.
Believability Meter: High
Aguero has become one of the truly world-class stars of the Premier League since joining City three years ago.
But the Argentina international is reaching a stage in his career where he will be looking to his trophy haul and legacy.
As it stands, a trip to Barcelona and the chance to play alongside Messi appears to be the more viable option to the biggest silverware.
Manchester City's next moves in the transfer market will be telling for Aguero and the club.