The French forward put in a fantastic performance off the bench for Leeds.
Leeds United put in perhaps one of their best performances of the season last night to pick up an impressive 3-2 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The reintroduction of contract rebel Sam Byram played a massive role in the victory.
He scored twice, with Stuart Dallas bagging the other, as Leeds came back from an early Benik Afobe goal at Molineux. Nathan Bryne's late strike acted as mere consolation.
Byram's performance was of course the main talking point. He was thawed out and thrown into the starting XI last night, putting in an excellent performance to make his seemingly impending exit look even more baffling.
However it was the performance of another Leeds man brought in from the cold that really caught the eye.
Leeds fans know Byram is as good as that, they might have doubted Souleymane Doukara had such a performance in him.
When he came on for Tom Adeyemi the general feeling was one of disappointment at his arrival off the bench.
But he put in fantastic performance.
He linked up the play beautifully, showed some excellent dribbling skills and proved to many a doubter that he still has plenty to offer this Leeds team.
Doukara might just be back in the first-team reckoning at Leeds.