Before making an appearance for Manchester United, Jonny Evans first played for Northern Ireland in 2006 and has since retained his place in the squad.
Evans spent time on loan at Royal Antwerp and then Sunderland, where he helped the Black Cats clinch the 2006/07 Championship title.
Red Devils debut
In September 2007, Evans made his Manchester United debut against Coventry City in the League Cup. Just less a year later, he made his first Premier League appearance in a 1-1 draw at Chelsea.
A breakthrough season at United yielded both a Premier League title and League Cup triumph for Evans.
Evans' first goal for Northern Ireland came in March 2009, when he poked home in a 3-2 World Cup Qualifying victory over Poland.
Evans represented the Red Devils at the highest possible stage, making 31 Champions League appearances and scoring twice.
During his time at Old Trafford, Evans won three Premier Leagues, two League Cups, four Community Shields and one FIFA Club World Cup.
To the West Midlands
Evans joined West Bromwich Albion in the summer of 2015, and made 32 appearances in his maiden season at the Hawthorns.
Euro 2016 exploits
At Euro 2016 in France, Evans played in all four of Northern Ireland's games before they were knocked out in the last-16 by Wales.
Evans has spent the last three years with West Brom and was appointed club captain at the beginning of last season.