The deadline for voting for your Hibernian Hall of Fame player of 1990s is looming fast on the horizon with the cut-off point being immediately after the Dundee game on Saturday 6 October.
Our short-list of celebrated candidates in line to receive the coveted honour includes Keith Wright, Mickey Weir, Darren Jackson and Gordon Hunter - all rightly lionised for their heroics in green.
To cast your vote and ensure your favourite player from that decade is immortalised and inducted into the Hibernian Hall of Fame at a special awards dinner at Easter Road on Friday 9 November please download the Hall of Fame Voting Form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively hand it into the Clubstore.
In order to refresh everyone's memories, www.hibernianfc.co.uk remembers the feats of striker Keith Wright and recalls when Ted's head beat Rangers. Cases for the induction of Michael Weir, Darren Jackson and Gordon Hunter will also follow in the build-up towards the cut-off point, so have a read and take an enjoyable trip down memory lane.
A centre-forward with lots of admirable qualities - an expert marksman with an inbuilt passion for Hibernian, Keith Wright earned the acclaim of the Easter Road crowd for his goals and became a folk hero in Leith.
Strong and agile, committed and skilful, he displayed an endless appetite for the ball and Wright's goals-to-games ratio, 76 strikes in 234 outings, during his six-year association with Hibernian speaks volumes about his importance to the club.
But some will argue that the modest, self-deprecating local lad didn't know just how good he actually was.
The red-haired centre-forward cost £500,000 from Dundee in the summer of 1991, a club record fee, after enjoying productive spells at both Dens Park and Stark's Park with Raith Rovers.
Ironically, less than a decade earlier Hibernian could have enlisted Wright's services for nothing, but, after signing an 'S' form, the childhood Hibs follower from Greendykes had to move north in order to get his career up and running.
Wright's first task was to inject some much-needed punch into the Hibernian attack and, at the age of 26, the striker's best days were ahead of him.
Allocated the number nine jersey for his debut against St Mirren; a shirt that can often be both a privilege and a millstone around the neck of any aspiring Hibernian striker.
As a Hibernian fan, Wright was steeped in the club's folklore and aware of the feats of the previous occupants, Lawrie Reilly, Joe Baker and Alan Gordon.
Fortunately the former Melbourne Thistle man seemed inspired rather than fazed by the challenge and in his debut campaign contributed 17 goals.
Wright's appearances in the Skol Cup semi-final win over Rangers and final triumph over Dunfermline at Hampden his personal highlights.
A strong-running and hard-shooting forward, Wright was also superb in the air and his header from Mickey Weir's floating cross defeated Rangers before he calmly slotted in Hibernian's second goal in the Final against Dunfermline.
It was Hibernian's first trophy success since 1972 and, at that point, Wright's value to the team was incalculable. Incredibly he had scored in every round of the competition.
Instinctively anticipating a throughball from Weir, Wright timed his run to perfection and then slotted the ball past the advancing figure of Andy Rhodes with clinical precision.
That feat alone earned Wright universal admiration from the Hibee Nation and he remembers the celebrations that took place 21 years ago.
Wright said: "When I look back at the Cup Final, I always think about what happened afterwards. Those are the memories that stand out for me; travelling through Edinburgh on the team bus to Easter Road.
"My mum and dad were the first people I met when I got off the bus. My mum never went to games, but she was there at the final.
"So seeing the joy on their faces was great and I gave my mum my medal.
"Then I went back into the stadium and there was a full house waiting for us to party back home.
"It was a great occasion at Hampden and the celebrations back in Edinburgh at the Hilton Hotel were brilliant."
For Wright it was a genuine fairytale moment and he admits he had to pinch himself in order to absorb everything that had happened.
He said: "To play in a Cup Final three months after joining the club is what dreams are made of.
"I had come to Hibs to get success, so to score in every round of the Cup and then score in the Final was unbelievable.
"But it wasn't just about me - it was a team effort. We were a hardworking side - there were no superstars - who were galvanised by what had happened off the pitch by the threat of a takeover.
"The club had been lucky to survive and the players realised that. We took on board everything that had happened off the pitch in the summer and we went on to have a really good season."
The following season he struck up a prosperous front-line relationship with fellow Edinburgh native Darren Jackson and weighed in with 14 goals.
But Wright's most prolific season in the green and white of Hibernian came during the 1993/1994 season when he managed to score 19 goals.
In the summer, manager Alex Miller paid Dundee United £245,000 for Michael O'Neill and then shelled out £235,000 for Kevin McAllister from Falkirk.
Those two acquisitions added extra width to Hibernian's attacking armoury and Wright thrived on the top-class ammunition provided.
The 6ft front-man was not the tallest player to ever occupy Hibernian's target man role, but he turned heading crosses goalward into an art form; timing his leaps into the air to perfection.
The campaign proved to be a roller-coaster ride with Wright integrating fluently with Jackson, Gareth Evans, McAllister and O'Neill.
Another Skol Cup Final outing at Hampden in October ending in defeat at the hands of Rangers and, in front of the television cameras, Hibernian experienced a Scottish Cup fourth round against rivals Hearts in late February.
Wright's powerful header, connecting with an inviting cross from O'Neill, just before half-time proved to not be enough to overhaul Hibernian's city rivals.
It was a rarity as well because it was one of only eight occasions when Wright scored and Hibernian then lost the match.
His final goal for Hibernian came fittingly in his last-ever appearance for the club as he came on as a substitute to help secure Premier Division survival in a play-off victory against Airdrieonians.
After leaving Hibernian at the end of the 1996/1997 campaign, Keith returned to his first club, Raith Rovers.
He would come back to haunt Hibernian when the Kirkcaldy team knocked his old club out of the Scottish Cup; inevitably Wright was on the score sheet.
He wound down his celebrated playing career with further spells at Greenock Morton, Stenhousemuir and Cowdenbeath before being appointed manager at Central Park.
But his international career proved to be agonisingly short-lived with Andy Roxburgh handing him his sole Scotland cap in a friendly match against Northern Ireland in 1992 - his feats deserved greater recognition.
At present, Wright works with Midlothian Council as an S.F.A. Development Officer, giving children between the ages of three-12 an opportunity to get involved in football.
Following in the footsteps of revered Hibernian marksman such as Lawrie O'Reilly and Jimmy O'Rourke, Wright was a lifelong fan of the club, who managed to give joy to his fellow supporters by scoring plenty of goals.
A player still held in affection by all Hibernian fans, Wright wore the green and white with pride and his feats will always be fondly remembered.
Supporters can download a form by Hall of Fame Voting Form and these can be handed in to the Hibernian Clubstore, West Stand reception or emailed into email@example.com. Forms are also available at the Hibernian Supporters Association and the Four in Hand, on Easter Road.
Closing date for voting is a month's time - Saturday 6 October (full time of the Dundee game).
Your evening includes: a pre-dinner drinks reception in the Almond Suite, Grant Stott, your host for the evening, will then commence proceedings.
Following introductions, a three-course meal with half bottle of wine per person will be served. Following dinner the the Induction Ceremony will take place.
Tables of 10 - £750
Individual places - £75
Sponsorship packages are also available - please call for details
To book or if you have any questions please call 0131 656 7073/72 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Be part of history and be there for a special evening when Legends will be honoured.