In my opinion, there have been some brilliant England players in my era, but I've not enjoyed any one of them like I've enjoyed Wayne Rooney - EFL on Quest pundit Ian Holloway says.
I'm a massive fan, his footballing brain is incredible which allows him to play anywhere on the pitch.
I think he could drop in and link things up from a number 10 role for the Rams - that's where I see him doing his best football.
Let him float, even if he has to drop to pick the ball up from the centre-halves. Let him spray it around. On the pitch he's going to be brilliant.
But he needs to get playing - I'm not sure that's done Derby any good him being there and not being able to play.
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The media attention it's bought to the club, I'm not sure that's been of benefit to the players yet. The sooner he can get playing the better.
Phillip Cocu is a great person for him to be learning under, he just needs to get some results.
I think he is a wonderful fella - his story, how intelligent he is. But it's a whole new ball game coming to England for the first time.
Derby had lots of success last year, but ultimately with borrowed players. Mason Mount and Harry Wilson made a huge difference as did Frank Lampard.
It's a huge step for the Dutchman because he's lost those two players and then everyone knows about him getting Rooney too so things are tough for Cocu, but I hope they stick with him.
Chasing pack can gatecrash Leeds and West Brom party
West Brom faces a tough test in Brentford - I like the way they play because I think their movement in attack is fantastic. The front three are exceptional, the way they bounce off each other and the way they interchange is fantastic.
Having said that I do I feel West Brom are the real deal, but the real winner in this is the chasing pack because all those top teams can't pick up three points.
I don't see Leeds and West Brom running away with it. I reckon come January you'll see that ten-point gap from second downwards slowly shrinking.
You can toss a coin on Leeds' visit to Fulham. It looks from the outside as if Leeds will continue their solid form, especially because the Cottagers have lost their last three.
But ultimately Fulham is a team who can hurt you - they've got so much quality on the pitch, but off it as well.
Struber is the man for Barnsley
I like Barnsley's squad. I think they've got a vibrant group, although they are still young.
They've got some really good players with plenty of energy, they just needed the right man to pull it all together and perhaps Gerhard Struber is that man.
Barnsley have taken seven points from their last four games, but I don't think this is the new manager bounce. There's quality there.
But saying that any of the teams in and around that relegation zone could go. It is so tight you can't call it down there.
A massive factor in who stays up will be their recruitment - it is all about the January window and who gets what and who manages to keep their star players.
If someone comes in and buys a few of those players who impress at Barnsley - Alex Mowatt for example - it can make a massive difference.