Leeds have endured a tough start to their Championship campaign but some performers have kept their head held high.
The Leeds United left-back is injured now so it's easy to forget his impact but, without a doubt, Charlie Taylor has been the Yorkshire side's best performer so far this season.
The 22-year-old's fitness levels were almost inhuman before his injury and no Leeds player made as much of an impact both going forward and in defence.
The Italian never goes away. Last season, Mirco Antenucci was Leeds' top scorer.
This time around, he offered timely reminders of what he could do under Uwe Rosler and has been given the chance to produce more regularly under Steve Evans.
Antenucci's know-how and experience look as though they will be very handy indeed for the Whites throughout the season.
The young midfielder dipped under Rosler but there is a definite argument to suggest the German didn't use Alex Mowatt correctly.
The creative Leeds outlet has looked a lot different since Evans came in. His long-range strikes and overall performances have gone up a level and Mowatt is proving a Whites team including him on form is better than any alternative.