Kei Kamara was an interesting loan addition from Norwich in January, signing from Sporting Kansas City.
He got off to a terrific start, scoring in only his second Premier League appearance in a win over Everton, in doing so becoming the first ever player from Sierra Leone to net in top flight English football.
It would be the only goal the 28-year-old scored for the Canaries, and after the club confirmed they would be bringing in Ricky van Wolfswinkel this summer it was clear his services would not be required on a permanent basis.
The striker was grateful for the chance, describing it as an 'unforgettable experience', and it is no doubt one which has helped improve him as a player, by testing himself against a higher calibre of opposition week in week out.
It certainly appears to have had a positive effect on him, if his recent form is anything to go by.
Kamara bagged two goals at the weekend for his club, making it four goals in his last four games. The goals came in a 3-2 win over Columbus Crew, a team featuring Gonzalo Higuain's brother Federico.
You can check out Kamara's double strike below. Neither goals were world-beaters, but they were an illustration of a player getting into the right positions and bring ruthless:
Would you ever like to see him given a second chance at Norwich if a loan could be worked out again? Or was he just not up to standard?
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