Peace guitarist Doug Castle picks his dream five-a-side team...
Worcester-born Doug Castle of indie rock quartet Peace grew up making regular trips to Villa Park to watch his beloved Aston Villa in action.
With the band busy on the road having recently released their debut album 'In Love', Castle no longer gets to see the Villains as often as he'd like, but his dream five-a-side team still has a distinctly Claret and Blue feel to it.
Goalkeeper - David James
He was always entertaining. He got discredited a lot by England fans but I think he's one of the best goalies we've produced in the last 20 years. He saved England a lot of times.
Defender - Martin Laursen (captain)
He was probably the best defender I've ever seen at Villa Park and he and Olof Mellberg were probably the best partnership I've ever seen there. He's my captain because he's a born leader.
Midfielder - Paul Merson
He was pure class. He came to the Villa when he was quite old and I just remember him running games. I also remember seeing him against Chelsea when Frank Lampard and John Terry were young, and he just terrorised them the whole game. He was a joy to watch.
Midfielder - Savo Milosevic
He's an Aston Villa legend. When he left the Villa he went on to be the Golden Boot winner at Euro 2000. In my lifetime he's probably the best footballer to have ever played at Villa Park.
Striker - Stan Collymore
I need to get a Brummie in there. He'll score me some goals. I like a bit of scandal in a team and he's got plenty of that. I always liked his goal celebration too.
Five songs Doug would have on in the dressing room to fire up his side...
Black Sabbath - Paranoid
Jimmy Hendrix - Spanish Castle Magic
Lilly Allen - Smile
Chumbawamba - Tubthumping
James Brown - Papa's Got a Brand New Bag
The band's debut album 'In Love' is out now.