Nico Yennaris believes he is the type of captain that can both lead by example and issue the rallying cries to the squad.
The midfielder, who captained the youth team at Arsenal, was given the armband in senior football for the first time in the 3-1 win at AFC Wimbledon in the Carabao Cup.
Were he to be named as the club's first choice captain, he would succeed Jake Bidwell, seen as a quiet achiever who led by example, and Harlee Dean who was more of a vocal leader, encouraging his team-mates but rebuking them if they stepped out of line.
“It was my first professional game as captain which was an honour for myself. I captained the youth team at Arsenal under Steve Bould so I've done it before,” Yennaris said.
“I think I'm a bit of both Jake and Harlee. There are times you lead by example. I think I'm respected enough by the team as, if I do pull someone up, they'll listen.
“I wouldn't say I'm just fully vocal and screaming and shouting. I'm a bit of both who can lead by example.”
Yennaris was seen pulling up Josh Clarke for failing to track a runner at AFC Wimbledon and he knows that, if that was him, someone would have pulled him up on it.
He added: “It's all for the team. It's never anything personal to anyone. We have to make sure we're doing the right thing and pulling our weight.
“If it was me, someone would have pulled me up on it. If something needs to be done then we say it to each other and that's something we've improved on in the last season.”