In last week's poll we gave you the chance to vote for the legs in our perfect Reading FC footballer, here's how you voted.
Today it's torso time, so whose frame is in the frame according to our panel?
TTE Writer Becka White
It was annoying at the time, but the whole get-sent-off-throw-shirt-on-floor routine against Burnley in pretty comical now. That was a torso of anger and passion and something the perfect Reading player could benefit from.
TTE Assistant Editor Royal Hoops
I'm sorry. I know. We shouldn't really mention his name but he was built like a brick dunghouse (family friendly) and his torso looked like it could repel bullets.
TTE Assistant Editor Olly Allen
We've barely seen him play since he signed in the summer, but you can tell from the stands that Danzell Gravenberch is an absolute unit as he warms up. Could easily be mistaken for Adebayo Akinfenwa, but Gravenberch is a ‘Beast' in his own right.
TTE Podcast Co-Host Tony 'Wimb Snr' Wimbush
Gary Heale. Loved taking his shirt off and pose with his model wife!
TTE Assistant Editor Bucks Royal
His touch was often poor, and his finishing erratic, but you couldn't bundle him off the ball. Real shame that he couldn't make more of huge physical power.
TTE Podcast Co-Host Dave 'Handbags' Harris
Big, tall, built like a tank, nobody could muscle Quinny off the ball.
TTE Assistant Editor WilliamOwain
Strong, powerful and surprisingly quick for a player coming to the end of his career. In some ways the club has never recovered since his injury ended his career. Some fans' belittling of his injury and criticism of him for being out was a disgrace.
TTE Editor Wimb
Have to go with Will here, I can't remember a player whose transformed a Reading team in the way Roberts has.
TTE Assistant Editor ThatMarcMayo
The noise of Premier League mainstays bouncing off the big centre-back still reverberates around the Mad Stad today.