West Indies star Sir Viv Richards has been voted Glamorgan's best overseas player in a BBC Sport poll.
Richards spent four seasons with the county and inspired them to the 1993 one-day league title.
He took 38% of the vote, pipping Pakistan star Majid Khan, who gained 35% of the vote and played from 1968-1976.
Richards was also chosen as Somerset fans' favourite with an overwhelming 90% of their vote.
BBC Sport's audience was given the choice of four Glamorgan players who all helped their side to silverware.
Majid was a leading part of the 1969 Championship-winning side, third-placed Pakistan paceman Waqar Younis bowled them to the four-day title in 1997, and Australia fast bowler Michael Kasprowicz was a spearhead of the attack in one-day league wins in 2002 and 2004.
But Richards took the accolade despite being towards the end of his career when he came to Wales in 1990 - scoring 3,382 first-class runs and 1,921 one-day runs for Glamorgan, claiming useful wickets, and providing an intense dressing-room presence to inspire his team-mates.
"Viv had the biggest influence in my opinion... he taught us how to win. He was also the best fielder I've ever seen and he was 40," tweeted former team-mate and Glamorgan captain Steve James.
Richards will now go forward to a BBC Sport poll comparing the leading overseas players for each of the 18 first-class counties.