While much has already been made of the gem Dundee have managed to unearth in the shape of Greg Stewart this season, perhaps the one they have in between the sticks has been wrongly overlooked.
Scott Bain has made some great saves to bolster Dundee’s bid for a top six berth and it was the same against Aberdeen at the weekend.
But the one thing I particularly liked about his Man of the Match performance on Saturday was his commanding presence in the air.
That took huge pressure off the Dundee defence when Aberdeen were pressing and it’s a rarity these days to see a keeper come out and actually elect to clutch the ball rather than punch clear.
Paul Hartley clearly knows a good thing when he sees it and, having played with Bain at Aberdeen and managed him during his years at Alloa, it was only natural that he wanted to snap up the keeper when he arrived at Dens Park.
He’s had to bide his time with Kyle Letheren doing well, but Bain’s performances in recent weeks are making him extremely hard to drop.
And with the three Scotland keepers at Gordon Strachan’s disposal not getting any younger, the national boss could do worse than take a look at Dundee’s bright young prospect moving forward.