One thing that can never be questioned regarding Jonathan Trott is his mental strength and that should ensure that he is a success in South Africa.
Anyone who makes the move to England must possess both a fiercely determined and immensely strong personality.
He may not have the same brashness of Kevin Pietersen, but do not underestimate his self-confidence or his ambition.
AB de Villiers has spoken this week about the South African crowd's indifference to Trott's homecoming, but he will still have to cope with a huge amount of vitriol.
The Warwickshire batsman is both mature and experienced and the only problem he will face will come if he does not score runs. It is the only thing that matters for him.
People can talk all they want about the pressure put on players by hostile crowds, but believe me, when you are a batsman out in the middle - all you can think or care about is what the ball is doing.
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