2. KENNY MILLER
While many (including myself) thought Kenny Miller would be gone after last season, the pricey veteran dug in and delivered a wonderful first match performance against TFC. It wasn't statistics that made him noticeable, it was his hustle and hard work that turned the jeering into cheering. Miller has the age, experience and likable personality to be an almost automatic choice for the role. Don't forget, when Demerit was helped off the pitch on Saturday, it was Miller who wore the band for the remainder of the game. Plus, he's a favourite of Head Coach Martin Rennie, so he may already have the inside track.