Craig made his name in a seven-year spell with SPL side Hearts, which included a Scottish Cup win in 2006.
During his time at Tynecastle he became a Scotland international and attracted interest from a host of Premier League clubs before putting pen to paper on a £9m deal with Sunderland in 2007 – a record fee at the time for a British goalkeeper.
A double arm break hindered his early career at the Stadium of Light but he returned to pull off a stunning save from Bolton’s Zat Knight – which has since been voted as the greatest save in Premier League history.
He then suffered serious knee problems and was released by Sunderland in 2012, before spending two years coaching and working in television.
Declaring himself fully fit again in the summer of 2014, he signed for Celtic on a two-year deal and he ended his first season by winning Scottish Premiership and Scottish League Cup honours. He was also named the Scottish Football Writers' Player of the Year and won a recall to the Scotland side.
Craig also won the Scottish Premiership with the Bhoys in 2015-1,6 and in 2016-17 he won the treble of league, FA Cup and League Cup honours as the side remained unbeaten all season.