Henri Lansbury's dazzling performance at the heart of Nottingham Forest's 3-0 win against Wolverhampton Wanderers yesterday has got fans purring over his ability again.
The attacking midfielder has been short of his best throughout the campaign so far, but he put in his finest display of the season to help his team to an impressive success at Molineux.
On his day, Lansbury is one of the most skilful and dangerous midfielders in the second-tier and he showcased his ability yesterday afternoon.
The 24-year-old was Forest's driving force in the match and his goal was fully deserved for his brilliant display.
Lansbury added Stuart Pearce's side's third of the match, after Britt Assombalonga and Matty Fryatt had put them into a commanding lead.
The win is the Reds' second in a row and has pushed them back up into promotion contention after a worrying run of form more recently.
Before their recent up-turn in results, Forest had failed to win in ten and concerns had emerged about which direction the season was heading in.
Those worries appear to have been banished now, though, and thoughts are back on their chances of making it into the top six.
The Midlands outfit are currently two points behind sixth placed Blackburn Rovers, but if Lansbury and his teammates can keep this sort of standard of performance up they should breach that gap in no time.
Here is the best reaction to Lansbury's marvellous display from Forest fans on social media site Twitter.
Henri Lansbury had a better game yesterday than Wilshere did.— Jim (@calexico65) November 23, 2014
@jitzjani yeh him & Osborne worked well together, Osborne did the grafting & Lansbury looked confident again!— Gaz △⃒⃘ (@NffcgazTaylor) November 23, 2014
Safe to say after yesterdays performance... Lansbury is back! #nffc— Gaz △⃒⃘ (@NffcgazTaylor) November 23, 2014
Lansbury was great yesterday— Sian Summerfield (@_siaanx) November 23, 2014
Just seen Lansbury's goal yesterday. What amazing play! Great performance. Very Good.— Scott Maskell Ⓜ (@SMaskell) November 23, 2014
If Lansbury can build on today that will make a difference, especially with Vaughan in the wings and Reid a month or so away #nffc— John Geary (@JohnGeary) November 23, 2014
How good is Henri Lansbury— Rob (@RobJoness11) November 22, 2014