Tom Wood has led England, but he's quite happy to watch on as Dylan Hartley skippers the Northampton Saints.
Wood was at the helm during England's recent tour to South America, with regular captain Chris Robshaw rested, and there have been suggestions that he will take over the role on a full-time basis.
However, back at club level, the flanker is behind Hartley in the pecking order, with the fiery hooker confirmed as the Saints skipper on Thursday for what will be his fifth season in charge.
Following his sending off in the Aviva Premiership final and subsequent 11-week ban for swearing and referee Wayne Barnes, many felt that Hartley should be relieved of the captaincy duties, but Northampton boss Jim Mallinder retained faith in the 27-year-old - a decision backed by Wood.
"Dylan's our leader here at Northampton, he has been for a long time," Wood told the Northampton Chronicle.
"He's a man who leads by example and you can see the faith the players and coaches have got in him.
"He's the first to put his head on the block when a big tackle needs making, when the team's stalling and you need someone to carry the ball in heavy traffic. He's a real buzz around the camp and he brings a lot of energy to training on a daily basis.
"That's what we all follow, that's why he's our captain and I can perfectly understand why the coaches have gone for him again."