Will Neil Redfearn decide to revisit interest in free agent Luciano Becchio?
Neil Redfearn has unfinished business in the Championship, with his dream of leading Leeds into the Premier League denied him.
He was replaced with Uwe Rosler this summer, and after a few months out of the game, he has been appointed as Rotherham United.
His transfer plans remain unclear, but it would make sense if he were to look at a player who also has unfinished business - specifically at Rotherham - who he tried to sign back in January for Leeds.
Luciano Becchio had a short spell on loan with Rotherham from Norwich early last season, which was cut short shortly before he faced his former club Leeds, suffering a broken ankle in training.
Redfearn told SkySports in January that he wanted to sign Becchio for Leeds, but was denied the chance by owner Massimo Cellino, who loaned in Serie B striker Edgar Cani instead - who didn't score a single goal.
Becchio is a free agent right now, but a move may not be quite so simple. He signed with Argentine club Belgrano in the summer, but after suffering another ankle injury, nobly decided to request for his release so the cash-strapped club were not paying him to sit on the sidelines while he takes a couple of months to recover.
By time the January transfer window comes around, Becchio will hope to be fully fit, and while a Belgrano return would be the most likely option - the opportunity is there for Redfearn to make his pitch to tempt the striker back to Yorkshire.
The Argentine is a hero at Leeds after scoring more than 80 goals for the club, and seeing him lead Redfearn's team in attack - except for Rotherham, would have fans wondering what might have been.