Alan Reid speaking in the run-up to the second Cliftonhill Hall of Fame class.
The defender has been touted as one of the early favourites for an induction, but has his own top picks for who he hopes will be recognised by the club.
“It’s a great thing that the club have started doing this,” said the defender.
“I’m not sure who is in the running this year, but to see someone like Scott Chaplain recognised last year is great.
“He has had three or four different spells with the club, and has done so much for Albion Rovers.” He continued: “There are plenty of people who have played for or managed the Rovers’ and done their part over the years.“For me someone like Ciaran Donnelly - who spent about a decade at the club should go in at some point.
“I’d like to see Paul Martin in there as well. He did so much for the club on a shoestring budget.
“Hopefully talking about these kinds of guys and bringing them back around the club is the kind of thing that can give the place a wee lift for the relegation battle.”This year there will be two inductees chosen by the fans and one inductee selected by the board of directors.
Fans can give out one vote per person for a player, manager or fan.
If you would like to cast your vote email firstname.lastname@example.org. The final total will be counted on Friday March 15.