Just last week, Adam Drury was turning out for Leeds United on trial, attempting to impress Uwe Rosler in a pre-season friendly against York City.
Leeds took a decision on him on Friday, with the Yorkshire Evening Post reporting he had failed to win a contract with the club.
Now Drury has been given a chance with Leeds' local rivals Bradford City, a league below the Whites, despite knocking them out of the League Cup last season.
Drury made an immediate impression, scoring the opener in a pre-season friendly game against non-league Guiseley.
HT: Guiseley 0-1 CITY - The Bantams lead through trialist Adam Drury's 34th minute strike #bcafc— Bradford City AFC (@officialbantams) July 21, 2015
The decision for Leeds to pass on Drury was a little surprising, given the lack of width in the squad, which was exposed again in their own friendly against Frankfurt last night.
Now if Bradford decide the former Manchester City youngster has done enough to impress, going onto play 71 minutes of the match, but the signs are good after just one game.