Indeed, the 26-year-old has picked two Manchester City stars in an XI made up of players he's played alongside - Willy Caballero and Martin Demichelis.
But the West Brom striker hasn't gone for any current team-mates, although that might change the more time he spends at the Hawthorns.
Rondon told Sky's Fantasy Football club: "GOALKEEPER: Willy Caballero
"We were at Malaga together and we had a very good season because the team qualified for the Champions League for the first time. I thought he was a really great 'keeper.
"CENTRE-BACK: Martin Demichelis
"From having a great career and the experience I had of sharing a team with him, I can't think of a more symbolic player in the squad. He shows it in his character, in his way of playing and again that was from Malaga qualifying for the Champions League."
Manchester City travel to West Ham United this weekend and will have to be on their guard. The Hammers beat City at the Etihad earlier this season and also defeated Manuel Pellegrini's men at Upton Park last campaign.
West Brom, meanwhile, host Aston Villa this weekend - where three points would be as sweet as they are important.
Rondon scoring again - versus West Brom's local rivals - would no doubt please supporters. The 26-year-old has struggled for goals for the majority of the season and will have welcomed his recent breakthrough.