Cameron Stewart made a return to Elland Road last night for the first time since his ill-fated loan spell.
Stewart featured for Ipswich Town's under-21 side, helping his team to a 2-1 win, laying on the assist for the visiting side's opening goal.
The former Manchester United trainee joined Leeds on loan from Hull during the 2013/14 season but made just 11 appearances and new owner Massimo Cellino cancelled an agreement which would have led to the club signing him on loan.
This has led to a bitter fallout with Stewart taking legal action against Leeds United, with The Mirror reporting earlier this summer he was still seeking payment of £800,000 in unpaid wages.
Stewart signed with Ipswich last summer but struggled to make an impact due to injury and was loaned out to League One side Barnsley.
His return to Elland Road was low key but did not go unnoticed by fans, with one supporter writing on Twitter how he made a rude gesture towards Stewart, only for the former winger to respond with a thumbs up in his direction.
Playing in Ipswich's under-21 side shows how Stewart's career has not exactly taken off since his Leeds move fell through, but he will have left Elland Road with a sense of satisfaction last night, able to let his football do the talking.