Jordon Ibe returned to Derby's starting XI against Huddersfield after being dropped to the bench against Brentford at the weekend.
He repaid his selection by opening the scoring to help Derby on their way to a 3-2 victory over Huddersfield Town, who had been unbeaten in seven prior to Tuesday's game.
Minutes after having a shot cleared off the line, Ibe charged at the Huddersfield defence, played in Jeff Hendrick who returned the ball back to him, and calmly slotted the ball with power into the bottom left hand corner.
Highlights: Jordon Ibe's goal on 0:20
The 18-year-old, who has wowed and frustrated in equal measure, silenced his critics with an excellent display against Huddersfield and would have surely booked his place in the starting XI against Wolves on Saturday had it not been for a Man of the Match performance from Johnny Russell and an excellent cameo from Simon Dawkins, who also found the net.
The three fully fit wingers at the club - Johnny Russell, Simon Dawkins and Jordon Ibe - have to fit into two positions, and with all three scoring against Huddersfield, it has become a welcome headache for Steve McClaren ahead of the Wolverhampton Wanderers game.
Wolves, who sit in sixth just two-points off the Rams, will want to put themselves back within touching distance of the top spot and away from the clubs outside the play-off positions.
Derby will be looking to end the weekend in first, regaining the position they lost seven days prior due to their loss against Brentford.