Marnick Vermijl is consistency personified and has proved his worth for Warren Joyce's sides at right-back.
A key element of a formidable defence, he may not be the type to hit the headlines regularly but his work is clearly appreciated by those inside the Aon Training Complex. After being shortlisted for the Reserves' Player of the Year prize by Joyce, he scored the crucial first goal that sparked the memorable comeback in the Barclays Under-21 Premier League final against Tottenham.
Initially, he played further up the field and scored twice in a friendly against Shamrock Rovers after arriving
from Standard Liege in 2010. The Belgian outfit had been paid an undisclosed fee in compensation after Vermijl impressed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer during a trial spell at the club.
A mainstay at second-string level for three seasons, he has grown accustomed to picking up silverware as a sound and reliable member of the squad. Clearly an automatic choice if fit, he shows intelligence in his attacking forays forward and has started to display more aggression, which will please Joyce.
A spot on the DHL tour in 2012 was illustration of his progress and he made his senior debut in the Capital One