Well my third paragraph gives an indication of this. ZZ has the talent as he was the last WJ Champ. He is 'special' in this sense. But he has to forget about his past achievement as it was only good at the lower level. He has to prove himself further in the senior ranks. That's where he will be challenged in training and in competitions, but he will be closely monitored and I believe given as much opportunities to be exposed at international tournaments to hone his skills against other professionals. Remember, LCW was once known as the "Kampong boy" for he could only win on home turf. It is no use if ZZ can only win at home. The world stage is where he should be familiar with. Hopefully he will not be another 'flash in the pan' like yoyo. I am not persuaded that KLRC can provide him with the necessary resources to be a world champion. I think BAM, with its many years of experience in badminton and grooming of top professionals and past champions, will be a better bet. It is true that in the end, it depends very much on the player himself but he needs all the help to make it happen.