* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Dimitrios "Dimitris" Saravakos (Greek: Δημήτρης Σαραβάκος) (born 29 July 1961), nicknamed O Μικρός (The Kid) is a Greek former football player, considered to be one of the best Greekfootball players of all time. He started his career in Panionios and later he moved on to Panathinaikos FC, where Saravakos gained fame and matured as a footballer, evolving into a formidable right winger. After a rejection of a renewal contract offer by Panathinaikos, Saravakos moved to AEK Athens in 1994. He returned and concluded his career in Panathinaikos three years later.
Being a charismatic player he attracted a number of the biggest clubs in Europe. Yet in the early 1990s – prior to the implementation of the ECJ's Bosman ruling – when Juventus had offered him a contract, Panathinaikos' chairman Giorgos Vardinogiannis rejected the transfer – Saravakos thus lost an opportunity to continue his successful career also in Serie A.