It's the last day of the season - so why not bring on some familiar Leeds faces?
As much as Leeds United boss Neil Redfearn will emphasise the need to finish on a high and give 100 per cent against Rotherham United - mainly for the fans - there's something else the 49-year-old can do to please supporters on the last day of the season.
Indeed, some Leeds stars have been left in the wilderness of late for differing reasons. Adryan is one - and a key one, at that.
The Brazilian is only at Elland Road on loan this season, meaning the Rotherham game *could* be his very last chance to play for Leeds. A fan favourite, thousands would be delighted to see him - and Redfearn has confirmed he is back in training.
On the bench against Sheffield Wednesday this weekend gone, it may also be good of the Leeds boss to give Casper Sloth a rare opportunity v Rotherham.
The 23-year-old Dane has made a couple of substitute appearances lately but should perhaps be given a little more on the final day of the season.
Things haven't gone to plan for Sloth over the course of the Championship campaign but he has shown glimpses... Some fans will definitely want to see him given a chance.
Not left out by his manager but simply injured for months on end, Aidan White is now back fit and Redfearn has confirmed he could play before the end of this season.
Time is running out, however, and White missed the chance to come on against Wednesday despite a lengthy warm-up.
As Redfearn believes he offers Leeds something they don't otherwise possess, game time against Rotherham could be a valuable confidence booster over the summer for the winger.
All three of the above, of course, may be let down by their fitness levels. But it's all the more reason to bring them off the bench. Especially if Leeds are in a commanding position, anyway.