The 22-year-old has shone since leaving Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers on loan.
What a season Rangers loanee Greg Docherty is having.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard loaned the 22-year-old to Shrewsbury Town last summer but Docherty looks set to return a different, better player.
He scored his 10th goal of the season in Monday's 3-2 defeat by Oxford United.
By virtue of the fact that the Gers signed him as a defensive midfielder, it's fair to say that Docherty is flourishing in a more advanced role and should Gerrard continue to play him there next season?
Gerrard has been crying out for a Josh Windass-type ever since the Wigan Athletic ace returned to English football in August and maybe, just maybe, Docherty is the answer.
Windass netted 18 goals from a number 10 role last term and although it's unfair to ask the same of Docherty, perhaps that's where he's most likely to shine.
Rangers might be in the market for a playmaker whatever happens with Docherty, but maybe Gerrard and Mark Allen should hold off on spending big money on one until they've experimented with the Town star.
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