South African club football's all-time top scorer Daniel Mudau gives KickOff.com the honour of sharing his Dream Team with our readers.
Though small in stature compared to other strikers, 'Mambush' could out-jump the tallest of defenders and never let his height stop him from cracking in goals by the hatful.
Having started out his professional career on loan at Ratanang Maholosiane in 1991, where he scored seven goals, Mudau went on to score 172 for Mamelodi Sundowns and ended his career with 179 goals to his name.
He remains The Brazilians' all-time top scorer, with his 110 PSL-era goals putting him only behind Siyabonga Nomvethe (123) since the formation of the Premier Soccer League in August 1996.
The only elephant in Mudau's impressive trophy room would be that he only earned 16 caps for Bafana Bafana despite his unrivalled scoring talent in the domestic game.
Mudau was unlucky to be competing against the likes of Phil Masinga, Mark Williams, Shaun Bartlett and Benni McCarthy for a place in the national team.
Check out Mudau's formidable Dream Team in the gallery above!