The Sunderland loanee is yet to impress at Leeds...
It seems there are plenty of Leeds United fans unhappy with Will Buckley's performances since he moved to Elland Road on loan from parent club Sunderland.
Indeed, the 25-year-old winger once mightily impressed in the Championship at Brighton and Hove Albion. But Leeds supporters are yet to see anything that resembles a similar level of quality since his loan move from Sunderland to the Yorkshire side earlier this season.
It was a frustrating day for the Whites overall on Saturday, as Steve Evans rued two dropped points after a 1-1 draw at bottom-side Bolton Wanderers.
Yet Buckley drew particular ire on Twitter after coming on to replace Stuart Dallas. There was also Marco Silvestri, of course, but plenty of Leeds fans are no longer surprised when he commits an error that leads to a goal.
As for Buckley, the 25-year-old may come good with time and minutes at Elland Road. Right now, though, many aren't impressed.
Here's how supporters reacted on social media to the Sunderland loanee's latest performance. It's safe to say a few of them don't want him joining on a permanent move...
Pretty sure Buckley has played himself out of a perm move. #lufc— dean's (@deancore) October 24, 2015
I thought it would be impossible to stand out as abysmal in this Leeds team but credit where it's due Will Buckley has achieved it #lufc— Matthew Ullah (@MatthewUllah) October 24, 2015
Onto Thursday Come on Leeds #lufc, need another striker, Buckley prem player??— CJ (@BazingaCJ) October 24, 2015
@TheSquareBall will Buckley. Tricks that fail. Like a poor mans Tommy cooper.— diddlysquat (@markrikko) October 24, 2015
@simpsonLUFC Buckley's been poor in his time on the pitch so far though. Bit better today, found some space but no end product.— Michael #CellinoOut (@Leeds_Talk) October 24, 2015
Sunderland have absolutely wasted Buckley, can believe the difference from when he was at Brighton— matty shay (@matty_shay) October 24, 2015
All the excitement about Buckley. He trained with squad for 2 weeks then got to play but what has he done? NOTHING go back 2 Sunderland— Mike Brodie (@mikebrodie1969) October 24, 2015