A solid fly-half, Christophe Lamaison provides a platform from which France are able to demonstrate their considerable flair.
Capped 35 times by his country, he continues to impress whether with ball in hand or kicking for goal.
Don't forget, this is a man who scored 28 points against New Zealand during that awe-inspiring World Cup semi-final victory in 1999. In November, he notched up another 27 points against the Kiwis.
If that wasn't impressive enough, his international tally currently stands at 335 points and few would bet against him passing the 400-mark this year.