Albertz, McCoist or a fully fit Iain Durrant
Think Baxter was a bit of a Morelos or Tav of his time (though at a much higher level than either, obviously). He was often criticised for one of his greater strengths. For all of his sublime skill, he actually was a team player and would regularly be the outball for the keeper in a modern left back position before running up and down the length of the wing.Cooper went too many games sometimes not doing a great deal. Laudrup for me though he slacked a bit too in his last year. Re Baxter - I didn't see him play in person but a former player told me he was a lazy bastard at times but brilliant when he turned it on.