Hibernian recruit Junior Agogo is making a big impression on new manager Colin Calderwood.
The Ghanaian striker, who counts QPR, Bristol Rovers and Nottingham Forest as some of his former clubs, joined Hibs this week after performing well on trial and Calderwood says his leadership and attitude can be a big plus for the young players at Tynecastle.
"Junior is a bit of a character and he can be a leader. He's a leader in the dressing room because of his personality," he said.
"There's no stage he doesn't want to play on, and he can handle any shirt he's in. That's something that's vitally important.
"When people experience playing with someone who enjoys what they are doing so much, it leads them in that direction as well.
"They see something they might not have seen too often. It's a bit of enjoyment to be had by playing football.
"Junior has settled in very quickly, because his personality is like that. He's an open person, and he doesn't keep himself to himself."