Who's the favourite then? Mark Robins now has his option of potentially six (seven if Reuben NL should make that next step) to a squad position on match-day.

If Iain Hume should fulfil some of his promise prior to the sickening injury he sustained last season surely he would be a front runner, but will his chances noe be limited by Jay Rodriguez, a player who has indicated a desire to remain potentially longer than just one-month?

Daniel Bogdanovic, althouigh limited to just 13 starts this season knows where the onion bag is, but has been prone to flat displays too. Jamil Adam has made his way on to the bench, surprisingly in certain circles to RNL, someone that Robins has stated "will make a player". Is this Jonathan Macken's swan song season?

Andy Gray has been a breath of fresh air and is demonstrating that he can be an important acquisition for the Reds. He holds the ball well, has intelligent distribution and is now chipping in with goals himself.

Who is our Prince of the Onion Bag in this important final half of the season?

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