BBC Points West speaks to Somerset veteran Marcus Trescothick and his replacement as captain, Chris Rogers, ahead of the 2016 season.
Trescothick, 40, who played in 76 Tests for England, is set for his 24th season with the county.
Former Australia Test opener Rogers, 38, signed for Somerset in October after previous spells with Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Northants and Middlesex.
Rogers hails "legendary" batsman Trescothick, who reveals the one match which still gives him "nightmares" as he reflects on the club's search for success.
Somerset, who have never been county champions, begin their Division One campaign at Durham on Sunday.