Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Tore Andre Flo & Gus Poyet pick their dream Chelsea XI

Since the Premier League was founded in 1992, Chelsea have welcomed some of football's biggest names to Stamford Bridge, and it was in 1996 that things really started to ramp up to another level.

With player-manager Ruud Gullit at the helm, Chelsea managed to lure a number of top players over to Stamford Bridge. Gianfranco Zola and Roberto Di Matteo were two of the first, and they were soon joined by the likes of Tore Andre Flo and Gus Poyet, who helped the Blues to a memorable League Cup and Cup Winners' Cup double in the 1997/98 season.

Since then, Chelsea's squad has usually been full to the brim with exciting players, so narrowing them all down to an ultimate Premier League-era XI is no easy task, but Three gave 90min the chance to sit down with Flo, Poyet and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink to challenge them to do exactly that.