Yeah, so, it's Harrison's we've got four values honesty hard work discipline and humility there for kind of pillars of our club and I think they're pretty reflective through life. So you have a look at the Players. We want to develop we don't just want to develop a player with lots of develop the person as well. And I think it's usually important that the person who comes through they could be the best player in the world. But if they're not happy to shake the hand of the person who's helped them out or picks up the kit and wash the towels. It's probably not the player we want to develop so those social values are massive and it's really important the kids to help each other out and the those who are quick Learners help those who are slower and as and like you say learning from your peers is a brilliant tool. So they're all traits that build up the social values are massive. You can have all the skill in the world. If there was one thing I was to hang my hat on I'd say it's just a kid who has a desire for work great and appetite and hunger to learn and a hunger to work in games and talk. I think that's something that will separate the players who've gone through To have long and decent careers from those who never quite made it it's the player who just has a desire to work and wants to keep improving.