#10. Robert Huth
There was always this impression around Robert Huth that he was good, but not quite good enough. He was a back-up player at Chelsea for a number of years before moving to Middlesbrough in order to get regular first team football. Following on from that he had a good time at Stoke, being an important part of their back four. In 2015 however, Stoke decided that he was no longer needed by the club and it seemed like that was it for Huth. He joined Leicester on loan and managed to help keep them in the league, then signed permanently and helped them win the league. A fairy-tale.