The players with five-star skill ratings have been revealed in the latest FIFA 23 player card drop.
There are, of course, some expected names there, with the likes of Kylian Mbappé and Cristiano Ronaldo leading the way.
For Irish football fans, however, there is one enjoyable inclusion on the list.
It's hard to remember a time that Aiden McGeady was not designated a five-star skiller on the game and, even as he enters the twilight of his career, the Hibernian winger has been included once again as the FIFA 23 ratings continue to be revealed.
FIFA 23 ratings: Five-star skill players revealed
The "McGeady spin" skill move is, of course, named after the Hibs man, who won 93 caps for Ireland across a 13-year international career.
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The iconic spin is just one of the skill moves that McGeady has in his catalogue, and his skillful play has once again been rewarded in the FIFA 23 ratings.
Even at the age of 36, it is great to see McGeady's skills be reflected in the game.
There is another veteran near the top of the list of five-star skillers, with 37-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo once again making an appearance, despite having moved away from the pacey wing play which defined his first spell at Manchester United.
French superstar Kylian Mbappé is the highest-rated five star skiller, as one of the five players in the FIFA 23 ratings who are rated at 91.
The full list of five-star skillers from the FIFA 23 ratings is as follows:
- Kylian Mbappé (PSG and France, 91 overall)
- Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United and Portugal, 90 OVR)
- Neymar (PSG and Brazil, 89 OVR)
- Vinicius Jr (Real Madrid and Brazil, 86 OVR)
- Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig and France, 86 OVR)
- Kingsley Coman (Bayern Munich and France, 86 OVR)
- Thiago (Liverpool and Spain, 86 OVR)
- Riyad Mahrez (Manchester City and Algeria, 86 OVR)
- Memphis Depay (Barcelona and Netherlands, 85 OVR)
- Paul Pogba (Juventus and France, 85 OVR)
- Jadon Sancho (Manchester United and England, 84 OVR)
- Joao Felix (Atletico and Portugal, 84 OVR)
- Martin Odegaard (Arsenal and Norway, 84 OVR)
- Angel di Maria (Juventus and Argentina, 84 OVR)
- Ousmane Dembele (Barcelona and France, 83 OVR)
- Hakim Ziyech (Chelsea and Morocco, 83 OVR)
- Roberto Firmino (Liverpool and Brazil, 83 OVR)
- Juan Cuadrado (Juventus and Colombia, 83 OVR)
- Antony (Manchester United and Brazil, 82 OVR)
- Lucas Paqueta (West Ham and Brazil, 82 OVR)
- Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace and Ivory Coast, 82 OVR)
- Philippe Coutinho (Aston Villa and Brazil, 82 OVR)
- Zlatan Ibrahimovic (AC Milan and Sweden, 82 OVR)
- Marcus Rashford (Manchester United and England, 81 OVR)
- Allan Saint-Maximin (Newcastle United and France, 81 OVR)
- Jesus Manuel Corona (Sevilla and Mexico, 81 OVR)
- David Neres (Benfica and Brazil, 79 OVR)
- Jesper Karlsson (AZ and Sweden, 78 OVR)
- Igor Coronado (Al Ittihad and Brazil, 77 OVR)
- Franck Ribery (Salernitana and France, 77 OVR)
- Jota (Celtic and Portugal, 76 OVR)
- Matheus Pereira (Al Hilal and Brazil, 76 OVR)
- Marcelino Moreno (Atlanta United and Argentina, 76 OVR)
- Luciano Acosta (Cincinnati and Argentina, 76 OVR)
- Xherdan Shaqiri (Chicago Fire and Switzerland, 76 OVR)
- Silas (VfB Stuttgart and DR Congo, 75 OVR)
- Amine Harit (OM and Morocco, 75 OVR)
- Daniel-Kofi Kyereh (SC Freiburg and Ghana, 75 OVR)
- Alexandru Maxim (Gaziantep and Romania, 75 OVR)
- Cesinha (Daegu FC and Brazil, 75 OVR)
- Rayan Cherki (Lyon and France, 73 OVR)
- Talles Magno (NYCFC and Brazil, 71 OVR)
- Hernani (Rio Ave and Portugal, 71 OVR)
- Modou Barrow (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors and Gambia, 70 OVR)
- Juan Diego Rojas (Delfin SC and Ecuador, 68 OVR)
- Osame Sahraoui (Valeranga and Norway, 67 OVR)
- Aiden McGeady (Hibernian and Ireland, 67 OVR)
- Dylan Bahamboula (Livingston and Republic of Congo, 63 OVR)