One lucky ticket holder has won the Euromillions jackpot of £93.3m. AFP / Getty Images

A single UK ticket has won the £93.3m ($145.22m) jackpot in tonight's EuroMillions draw.

According to Camelot, the lucky ticketholder is yet to come forward to claim their millions.

The winning numbers were - 5, 8, 10, 11 and 37 - along with the two Lucky Star numbers, 7 and 9.

A spokeswoman said: "We await a claim and, of course, have plenty of champagne on ice ready for our latest EuroMillions multi-millionaire."

The top prize had been rolled over since 26 May.

While the total prize win is a massive £93,388,943 the winner still doesn't make it into the top five UK winners of the EuroMillions draw.

Dave and Angela Dawes secured £101.2m ($157.52m) in October 2011 - their third time playing the lotto game.

In March 2014, Neil Trotter, a mechanic, won £108m ($168.10m). In October 2010 an anonymous player claimed £133.1m ($207.19m) while Adrian and Gillian Bayford picked up the second-largest UK EuroMillions prize of £148.6m ($231.32m) in August 2012.

The lotto win transformed the couple's lives, catapulting them to 488th on the country's Rich List at a value of £23m more than Eric Clapton and placed just below Ringo Starr.

However, proving that money can't buy you love, the couple divorced just a year after their colossal win.

The biggest jackpot in history went to Colin and Chris Weir, from Scotland, in July 2011. The couple walked away with £161.6m ($251.55m), however their lottery story was a happier one, as they shared their good fortune with friends and well-wishers.

The couple donated £28,000 to give a disabled toddler the chance of walking and contributed to their local community, donating £800,000 towards a new artificial pitch at the Largs Thistle football ground.

They also gave £120,000 to the Haylie House care home in Largs so it could be refurbished, and donated their £180,000 former home to their neighbours after they moved into a new property.