There have been waxworks of some of the Premier League's biggest stars. And Mark Hughes.
There have, of course, also been waxworks of England's greatest stars. After all, what better tribute than having your likeness gawped at by tourists?
That's not to say waxwork are the reserve of those who have been a huge success at international level - the 'Golden Generation' have their fair share too.
It's not just an English phenomenon, they're at it all over Europe - from Spain to Germany and back to Spain again. If you thought waxworks of footballers would be a modern happening, think again. They go back at least as far as the 1920s...