I'M going to have to admit to a bit of hero worship here, Andy Marriott is one of my favourite Wrexham players.
He was signed when I just started watching the then-Robins full time and he was one of the best shot-stoppers I've ever seen.
I can look past his more obvious fallibilities - an almost Dracula-like aversion to crosses and the whispered rumours that perhaps he didn't get on with Brian Flynn's men - or indeed Flynn himself.
And let's not ever forget the cock-up between Marriott and Deryn Brace at Chesterfield, which meant we didn't get into the FA Cup semis. We'd have beaten Middlesbrough that year.
But, anyway, I'll be delighted to welcome back Wales' 'number one' to the Racecourse when he turns up in Torquay colours tomorrow.
I'm just surprised we haven't welcomed him back before, considering he's had more clubs than Jack Nicklaus since he left North Wales.
What is it with Torquay and stealing our Flynn-discarded goalies anyway?
Since Andy left we've struggled to fill the void. Kevin Dearden was a solid keeper (I once saw Joey attempt chase him away from a table of cakes), before the calamitous experiment with David Walsh and Kristian Rogers - which ultimately sent us down.
The Honey Monster, Andy Dibble, was another good signing, but time was never on his side.
He was best keeper I've ever seen in one-on-one situations, but his bravery often kept him on the sidelines - and at 40 it was taking him longer and longer to recover.
Ben Foster was fantastic - but we were never going to keep hold of someone of that calibre in League Two.
Not that we've done too badly this season. I've always been impressed with Mike Ingham. He's young but you can see that he's desperate to learn.
His kicking may leave a little bit to be desired, but the potential is there.