Four Arsenal players have made Jack Pitt-Brooke’s list of the 25 best Premier League players of all time.

Jack Pitt-Brooke from the Independent has ranked who he believes are the 25 best players to ever grace the Premier League.

Reassuringly, four Gunners make the cut, with one even coming second to top, behind Cristiano Ronaldo.

Here’s who they are and where they ranked.

Sol Campbell

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Arsenal’s Sol Campbell gestures during the Premier League match against Tottenham Hotspurs at White Hart Lane in London on April 14, 2010. (IAN KINGTON/AFP/Getty Images)

Campbell featured at number 20 on the list and is the ‘lowest’ ranked Arsenal man on there.

Pitt-Brooke praises the centre-back for his “athleticism, bravery and intelligence” at Spurs, Arsenal and Portsmouth.

The England international spent five years at Arsenal, making 255 appearances, before returning for a short stint to help out in 2010, where he featured 11 times.

Dennis Bergkamp

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MANCHESTER – FEBRUARY 22: Dennis Bergkamp of Arsenal celebrates scoring the opening goal with team-mate Robert Pires during the FA Barclaycard Premiership match between Manchester City and Arsenal held on February 22, 2003 at Maine Road, in Manchester, England. Arsenal won the match 5-1. (Photo by Gary M. Prior/Getty Images)

The flying Dutchman only makes number 13 on the list, despite making 315 appearances for Arsenal and scoring 87 goals.

The piece describes him as “as important as Thierry Henry to the style and success of the early Arsene Wenger years”.

Patrick Vieira

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LONDON – NOVEMBER 13: A Spurs fan throws a carton of drinks at Patrick Vieira of Arsenal as he celebrates his goal during the Barclays Premiership match between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal at White Hart Lane on November 13, 2004 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

The Frenchman reaches number six despite arguably being one of the most important players to ever feature in the Premier League. Although of course that’s just my (and many, many others) opinion.

The article even refers to him as the “first and best signing of Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal reign”.

The midfielder made 279 appearances for the Gunners.

Thierry Henry

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CARDIFF, UNITED KINGDOM: Arsenal’s French forward Thierry Henry (R) and captain Patrick Vieira (L) congratulate Brazilian player Gilberto Silva (C) on his goal during the FA Community Shield match against Liverpool at the Millenium stadium in Cardiff, 11 August 2002. (Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images)

At number two, just missing out on the top spot to Ronaldo, is Henry.

Henry scored 174 goals for Arsenal over 254 appearances and will go down as not just one of the best players to wear red and white but one of the best ever.

As the article points out, unlike Ronaldo, Henry gave his best years to England.

“He was Arsenal’s cutting edge and embodied their best qualities: speed, style, skill, imagination and class.”