Robert Snodgrass may just be Hull City's unluckiest player.
Signed by the club last summer, he played only one Premier League game before suffering a serious knee injury which kept him out the entire season.
Hull were relegated on the final day, finishing three points away from safety, leaving fans to only wonder if having a fully fit Snodgrass could have made a decisive difference.
The 27-year-old former Leeds United star left Norwich City, who had been relegated in May 2014 after spending two seasons with the Canaries.
As Hull went down as the Premier League season came to an end on Sunday, a day later former club Norwich clinched their return through the play-offs, beating Middlesbrough at Wembley.
One Norwich fan used Twitter to have a pop at Snodgrass over this, insinuating he was disloyal by leaving, only for the Scotland international to reply and tell him to get over it.
Dave .... Nobody cares pal . You just got promoted enjoy it and stop going on about ex players https://t.co/RFPXhWyJil— Robert snodgrass (@robsnodgrass7) May 27, 2015
Snodgrass was blameless for Hull's relegation, and has reason to be positive despite their demise. He will simply be keen to get his career back on track next season after a lost 2014/15, and if he recaptures his best form he could be celebrating in 12 months time.