Aberdeen's Josh Magennis has revealed how Ashley Cole has become his role model as he bids to make the most of his new role as a full-back.
Versatility has clearly always been an attribute of the 22-year-old, who spent much of his youth career as a goalkeeper before switching to playing as a striker.
He has re-invented himself once again, with Dons boss Craig Brown playing Magennis at right-back since the end of last season.
It is a position he is relishing and he has turned to clips of Chelsea and England star Cole, who plays on the opposite flank, for inspiration.
Magennis told RedTV: "I've been watching Ashley Cole because he's the type of player that I want to try to emulate.
"He gets forward a lot and he has to track back. Even though he plays on the left-hand side, it's the same sort of principles.
"He has been doing it regularly and consistently for club and country for at least 10 years now so that's who I want to build my foundations on.
"I've been watching him on the highlights and stuff.
"Even if I can get anywhere near a quarter as good as he is, at least I'm taking something on board."
Henrik Ojamaa is happy to continue creating goals for Motherwell even if his personal drought continues.
Ojamaa scored nine goals in the second half of last season after joining Motherwell in January but has not scored in nine club appearances this term.
But the Estonian international has come off the bench to set up goals for Michael Higdon in each of Motherwell's last two games.
With Higdon on a run of six goals in three games to put Motherwell top of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League going into the weekend, Ojamaa would settle for the same against Aberdeen at Pittodrie tomorrow.
The 21-year-old said: "I'm very happy with the impact and contribution I made.
"Against Inverness we were already ahead and looking good value for the win.
"Against Dundee it was a different story, we were struggling a bit to create chances.
"When I came on we livened the game up and had some good attacking play. So I was delighted with that.
"There is a lot more to my game than just goals. It gave me great satisfaction to do what I did last week and go past a player and set someone up for a good goal.
"I wouldn't describe myself just as a goalscoring player, a number nine.
"The bigger part of my game is getting past players and creating opportunities for team-mates."