Browne has proven he isnt 'versatile' as some people think. He's a pressing 10 and nothing else, Potts does the same job for half the money.
Agreed about Browne - one thing he isn't is a defensive midfielder his passing in that position can be dangerously sloppy at times though to be fair he is the best makeshift right-back we have got. Yes he and Potts can both play in that forward central midfield position (I refuse to call it 'No 10' because I associate that number with the great Alan Spavin whose foremost ability was to create the time and space for himself that meant the last thing he had to do was any 'pressing') but they do so in very different ways. Potts is about running, robustness and a thunderous shot. Browne is about agility, energy and inventiveness. Frankly of the two Browne when on form is much the more dangerous player for the opposition because he can suddenly do surprising things even in crowded penalty boxes. There were signs towards the end of the season just gone that after a dip in form Browne was getting back to be that player not least because he was being played consistently in that position. That is at the moment one of the reasons why we can look forward to next season with a degree of optimism.