The three Portsmouth players earning selection for Millwall's Jed Wallace's Best XI
The ex-Fratton favourite is continuing to impress at Millwall, registering 10 goals for the Championship side this season.
Yet there is a strong Pompey influence when asked to name the most talented players he has appeared alongside during his career so far.
Ricardo Rocha, Adam Webster and Nicky Shorey have all been selected by Wallace in his preferred 3-5-2 system.
That consists of Rocha and Webster as part of his back three, with Shorey serving at left wing-back.
During an interview with Millwall’s website, the 25-year-old said: ‘Ricardo Rocha, who I played with at Portsmouth when I was coming through, had an amazing career at Benfica and Tottenham and a Champions League semi-final against Barcelona.
‘It was hearing his stories and also the leader he was off the pitch. He’s certainly someone I looked up to when younger and someone I would definitely want to put in my team.
‘For left-sided centre-half, the person I am going to pick would be Adam Webster, who I also played with at Portsmouth and England under-19s, he’s now playing for Brighton.
‘In that position, he is probably the best two-footed (defender) I’ve played with and someone who can bring the ball out and start attacks from there.
‘My left wing-back would be Nicky Shorey. He played for England, against Brazil and Germany, I played with him at Portsmouth towards the end of his career.
‘You could still see the quality he had, he definitely deserves his place.’
Wallace made 121 Pompey appearances, scoring 30 times, before bought by Wolves in May 2015.
Wallace’s Best XI: Bartosz Bialkowski, Shaun Hutchinson, Ricardo Rocha, Adam Webster, Mahlon Romeo, Nicky Shorey, Shaun Williams, Kevin McDonald, Helder Costa, Lee Gregory, Benik Afobe.