YORK City Knights fans have casted their votes for the club's all-time starting thirteen and head coach.

The Knights asked its supporters to name their best ever players to feature for the club since its reformation in 2002.

Here are the results:

Full-back: Matty Marsh (59%)

Marsh joined the Knights on loan from dual registrations partners Hull Kingston Rovers and played a dozen times as York won the 2018 Betfred League 1 title. He made the move to the Knights a permanent one for the next season and was a stand-out performer as the club secured third spot upon their Championship return. Marsh finished as the top try-scorer, with 16, and won Player of the Year and Players' Player of the Year.

Winger: Peter Fox (80%)

Raking in 80 per cent of the vote - the highest of any player named in the all-time team, is Fox. The York-born winger was a star of the 2005 LHF Healthplan National League Two league-winning team and scored 45 tries during his 52 appearances with the Knights. Two spells at Wakefield Trinity would follow as would a stint at Hull KR, during which time he represent England on six occasions, bagging seven tries.

Centre: Greg Minikin (63%)

After progressing through the Knights scholarship set-up, Minikin debuted for York in 2013. By the end of the 2015 season, Minikin had picked up the Knights’ Players’ Player and The Press’ joint Player of the Year awards after scoring 16 tries in the term. A move to Super League side Castleford followed, with Minikin part of the Tigers squad which won the League Leaders' Shield and reached the Grant Final in 2017.

Centre: Liam Salter (38%)

Taking the other centre spot is Salter, who has quickly become a fans' favourite in his short time at the club. Signed from Hull KR ahead of the Knights' return to the Championship last year, Salter's committed and determined displays, both at centre and in the back-row, impressed those watching from the stands. Playing 29 times last term, he missed just one league game in the campaign.

Winger: Tom Lineham (47%)

Lineham was just 17 when he debuted for York back in 2009 and was an impressive performer as the Knights sealed promotion to the Championship through the play-offs in 2010. He won the Super League Albert Goldthorpe Rookie of the Year in 2013 with Hull FC, who he moved to 2010, and, since joining Warrington Wolves, he has played in two Super League finals and three Challenge Cup finals.

Half-back: Danny Brough (74%)

In the latter of his two seasons at York, in 2004, Brough posted records for the most goals scored in a season (178) and most points in a season (412). That year saw the Knights reached the quarter-finals of the Challenge Cup and narrowly miss out on in the National League One play-off final. He departed to Super League at Hull FC the following season and has remained in the top-flight ever since as well as representing England and Scotland on the international stage.

Half-back: Connor Robinson (45%)

The talisman of the Knights success in the James Ford era, Robinson has been a leading part of the 2018 League 1 win and securing third-place in the 2019 Championship season. Robinson broke Brough’s point-scoring records in 2018 after amassing an incredible 186 goals and 420 points in a season. His 2018 efforts saw him pick up the League 1 Player of the Year award.

Prop: Graeme Horne (61%)

After a stint on dual registration from Hull KR, Horne made a permanent move to the Knights in 2018. The veteran forward and ex-England international produced a number of match-winning performances over the course of his two seasons as York rose from League 1 to Super League promotion contenders.

Hooker: Lee Jackson (59%)

Jackson joined the Knights for their inaugural 2003 season and stayed to help the side win promotion from League 1 in 2005 - his experience from Great Britain, Super League and the NRL proving pivotal.

Prop: Richie Hayes (51%)

The Knights first-ever captain, Hayes is one of only twelve men to be in the York Rugby League Hall of Fame.

Second-row: Joe Batchelor (62%)

Batchelor's two full seasons at York produced 38 tries from 48 appearances - remarkable figures for a forward. After helping the Knights seal promotion to the Championship in 2018, he moved to now-Super League champions St Helens.

Second-row: Sam Scott (49%)

Another member of the 2018 and 2019 sides, Scott has racked upon over a half-century of appearances for York across two spells.

Loose forward: Tim Spears (58%)

The captain of the successful 2018 and 2019 teams, Spears reached his 400th career appearance in his last match.

Head coach: James Ford (68%)

The mastermind behind the 2018 League 1 win and the 2019 Championship play-offs finish. In charge of the club since 2015, Ford has won the division's Coach of the Year for the past two seasons.