With Partick Thistle on the verge of promotion to the Scottish Premier League, we asked former manager John Lambie to pick his Sportsound Team Talk XI. Lambie selects a side based on his three spells in charge of the Jags: (1988-89, 1990-95 and 1999-03).
Goalkeeper - Nicky Walker
When Nicky came in, he did a tremendous job for us. His experience helped the back four. His experience counted. Most goalkeepers are headbangers but he didn't come into that category.
He was a right decent guy. Maybe I picked him because every time he used to come down he brought me some shortbread and a bottle of whisky so that wasn't too bad. To be honest, he was a right good goalkeeper.
Right back - Alan Dinnie
He was a good player. He was very hard and he was quick, which was very important.
Central defence - Scott Paterson and Stephen Craigan
He [Paterson] only missed two or three games. He was a fantastic player. He started his career at Cove Rangers and went from there to Liverpool. What a player he was.
Quite good in the air, great on the ball, never panicked and that's very important playing in that position. Different class. It's just a pity that injuries harmed his career.
I got [Craigan] for nothing from Motherwell. He went back to Motherwell and he finished up as an international player with Northern Ireland. A right good professional.
If there was a better professional in Scotland, I've still to see him. Fantastic guy.
Left back - Steve Pitman
These guys played for the jersey, that's what I liked about them. They played from the heart. Pitman had a rocket shot and he was hard as nails. He was really quite a hard player.
Right midfield - Paul Kinnaird
What a player he was. He had plenty. Just give him half a yard and the ball was into that box. He could play both sides, he was two-footed. He was a good player. He had ability in abundance.
Central midfield - Danny Lennon
Danny was a right good captain. Danny was a great worker. He worked his socks off and he had a good bit of ability along with. He gave you 90 minutes.
That's one that I did think would actually be a manager because he eats and talks and sleeps football.
He's a great listener and he's quite knowledgeable in the game.
Central midfield - Chic Charnley
He was the creme de la creme. I [signed] Chic four times for nothing. He had always a smile. He was different class, the players loved him. He was one of the best trainers at the park.
Left midfield - Davie Elliott
Pace to burn. He was good in the air too for his side. I can remember we had a man sent off at Falkirk and Davie Elliott played the full left side himself. He was absolutely tremendous. He was one of my better buys.
Forward - Gerry Britton
He scored some great goals for me. He was good in the air, big awkward guy. A good lad, brave. He was a funny, funny guy.
Forward - Alex Burns
He was always moaning and greeting but that's a good thing because he didn't like getting beat. When we trained, we trained as if it was a game and they didn't want to get beat. He did great for me.