Bradford was probably the best I've seen Curtis Jones play, but later I actually went back to the second half against Tranmere and started noticing his contribution a lot more. I think his strongest attribute is his movement; even on the highlight video you can see how many different areas of the pitch he receives the ball in, always willing to be an extra man in every phase of the play (a bit like Milner). When he has the ball, he looks ungainly and gracefully efficient at the same time; I was trying to think of an animal to compare him with and somehow could only come up with the honey badger. So yes, based on absolutely nothing I hereby declare Curtis Jones of Liverpool the honey badger of footballers. Anyway, once he builds up enough muscle mass and game experience to start winning a higher % of individual duels all over the pitch, I think that, combined with his exceptional movement, can make him an invaluable player.