The Premier Leagues is on a roll.
As the Premier League celebrates its 50th anniversary this week, the game’s biggest players are making an impact on the game they love.
So, what do the top footballers have to say about their favourite foods?
Read more:What is a Californian crab?
Crayfish is a shellfish of the family Crustacea (pictured above) that grows wild in Southern California, and is used for cooking and eating.
It has a distinctive, oily shell that is often mistaken for a fish skin.
It is also known for its unique scent, which is thought to have medicinal properties.
The shell is typically sold in restaurants and supermarkets.
The Premier League has long been the home of the California Crabfish, and many of the top players have been in attendance at the World Cup this summer.
In their quest to catch the biggest catch in the world, the top professionals from around the world travelled to England for a week in the summer.
Here are the top five food-loving Premier League players who have made their mark on the world of football.
Clementine KavanaghThe Premier Leads star has been in England for the past year, but she has only been to the Premier Leas since the summer of 2017.
Clementina Kavanagah is the latest player to be featured in the game, having been named the Premier Ladder Player of the Year in 2017.
She has played for Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Chelsea and Cardiff City.
Clementin Kavanague is the Premier Leader of the League in the Premier Football League, and her efforts helped to ensure a perfect record against Southampton at Wembley Stadium in April.
“It was fantastic to get the chance to be part of this World Cup and represent England,” said Kavanaguagh.
“I am grateful to be here and to represent England at the top level.
I am very proud of the achievement and I think it will be a great experience for us all to see what we have been working towards for the last five years.”
I think I am a great person to represent, I have a great attitude and I really want to be in this position and show what I can do.”
Jamie Carragher Jamie has played in all seven Premier League seasons, and has scored 13 goals for Liverpool.
The former Arsenal player, who moved to the club in 2012, has been part of the club’s Champions League squad, but has played less than a handful of games in the last two years.
Jamie also plays for Hull City, who he scored 20 goals in in the Championship.
Juan CuadradoThe Uruguayan international has scored 10 goals in 22 appearances for Liverpool this season.
He has also represented Uruguay in the FIFA U-17 World Cup, where he scored the opening goal in a 2-1 win over Germany.
Cuadrado has been a regular for Liverpool since his arrival, but he has played only five matches in the Europa League this season, which was dropped from the Europa Cup after the Uruguaya team was knocked out in the quarter-finals.
Daniel SturridgeThe England international has been named in the League Leaders’ Squad for the 2017-18 season, having featured in all of the Premier Lads’ matches in 2017-2018.
Sturridge has scored eight goals in 18 appearances for the club this season and is currently in his first season in the England squad.
Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge celebrates scoring his first goal in the 2017/18 Premier League against Sunderland.
He has also played in the Champions League for Liverpool and Arsenal, scoring two goals in five appearances.
David VillaThe former Manchester City and Chelsea striker has been involved in the English Premier League since 2012, having made his debut in the 2013-14 season.
Villa has scored four goals in 13 appearances this season for Villa, having played for Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea, and Everton.
The 32-year-old has played with Chelsea, Aston Villa and Manchester United, and he has represented the UK at the FIFA World Cup.
Paul PogbaThe France international has not featured in any Premier League matches since the start of the 2016/17 season.
But, Pogba has been linked with a move to the new Premier League, having scored 15 goals in all competitions for Manchester United this season with the Red Devils.
The former France international is currently the top scorer in the Barclays Premier League.
Gianluigi DonnarummaThe Juventus midfielder has made just two Premier League appearances in his career.
But he has made more than 1,500 appearances in Serie A, which he joined from AC Milan in 2010.
Donnarummas record for Italy is 27 goals in 61 games, which matches his goalscoring record at Milan.
Kieran GibbsThe midfielder has been playing in England since the beginning