The following four ex-MLS players have managed just a season's worth of appearances in the Premier League thus far, but all had positive contributions during their time.
However, no single one of them could beat the other three out to earn 10th place on this list outright.
Therefor, 10th place on the list is shared by....
After starring for Chicago Fire and the US Men's National Team during the first few years of the century, he managed to catch the attention of scouts in Europe.
He arrived in the Premier League from PSV Eindhoven and went on to score three league goals for Manchester City in 18 games. Eventually, he made the move north of the border to join Glasgow Rangers in Scotland.
Jozy broke onto the MLS scene as a strong and skillful striker for the New York Red Bulls at the tender age of 16. After a strong performances for club and country, he was snapped up by Spanish club Villarreal for $10 million just two season later.
Struggling to see action in Spain, Altidore was loaned to Hull city for the 09/10 season and became a fan favorite despite only notching up one goal in his 28 Premier League appearances.
Convey is currently back in MLS with the San Jose Earthquakes after beginning his professional career with DC United.
In between, he played five seasons in England with Reading, two of which in the Premier League. He was a popular and dependable left sided player, but unfortunately, injury restricted him to just 29 appearances in the EPL.
Landon's spell with Everton was brief and included just 10 league appearances. However, he quickly impressed teammates, supporters, and management alike. So much so, that David Moyes looked to bring him back to the club on loan during the last transfer window.
With Donovan still in the prime of his career and starring for the national team, there is still time for a move back to the Premier League and climb higher up this list.