The loan addition of Thomas Ince has the potential to be a real coup for Nottingham Forest, if the winger re-discovers his form.
Ince was previously voted the Young Player of the Year in the Championship in 2012/13, for his impressive displays for Blackpool.
He scored 18 goals during that season for the Tangerines, earning a reputation on which he has yet to really build upon.
After being loaned to Crystal Palace last season, he signed for Hull City but has yet to establish himself in the side making only three starts in the Premier League so far.
The move to Forest can be exactly what he, and Stuart Pearce's side need.
After a superb start to the season, Forest's form has plummeted, despite the excellent form of winger Michail Antonio.
Since his move from Sheffield Wednesday, Antonio has netted seven goals and provided six assists, a key player for the club even in their moments of poor form.
Now with a dynamic threat available to play on the opposite flank, Forest have a new dimension with their wingers, who have a real case to be considered the best in the Championship.
Ince has to earn such recognition by proving he can re-discover his Blackpool form of 2012/13, but in a side as talented as Forest's, with a lethal striker in Britt Assombalonga up front, it is very possible.