I think one of Tommy's biggest achievements as a Saints manager may well be his signing of Graham Cummins. While its still early, given our struggle for goals last year and the fact that his previous signed strikers have been at best underwhelming (see Fallon, Iwelumo and Morgan) I'm not sure too many Saints fans were all that confident in Wright's ability to sign a striker who could find the net regularly. Cummins has been superb though, and four goals early doors is a decent total but his role in the revival of Sir Steven Maclean cant be understated. O'Halloran has also had a superb season and has set up 4 goals for other players but Cummins actually matches that total with 3 of his 4 assists this season also having been for Maclean goals. In addition to this he runs around the pitch like the village idiot he seemingly is but he completely unsettles defenders and he was crucial to our success against Dundee United last weekend. Certainly one of the best all round strikers we've had since our promotion and right up there with Sandaza and not too far behind May and Maclean, with his partnership with the latter being reminiscent of the one the former had. Great find from Tommy.