A relatively unknown name in English football, Kevin Möhwald currently plays in the German Bundesliga II (The German equivalent to the Championship) for Nuernberg.
The 23-year-old German operates as an attacking midfielder and already has seven assists and three goals to his name this season.
Möhwald is a well-rounded player, he has great technical ability and is not afraid to strike a ball from distance.
He is also an excellent set-piece taker, something that could prove an invaluable asset to any side.
Furthermore, the German playmaker can play passes long, as well as short. This trait has proven invaluable for Jonjo Shelvey this season and if the side do gain promotion, there may be even more space to play these types of balls into, as teams come to attack rather than defend.
Before you scoff at the idea, due to the division that he currently plays in, he is still young and it is also not uncommon for teams in the Bundesliga II to go and perform well in the Bundesliga, so the league may not be as bad as some think.