Leeds United made it six consecutive games unbeaten by drawing with Derby County, and can feel aggrieved not to have walked away with all three points.
One of the standout performers was Charlie Taylor, whose return to the side has coincided with the team's rise up the table to 12th place, having been as low as 19th in November.
The game also saw the return of Stephen Warnock to Elland Road for the first time, the player who at this point last season was keeping Taylor out of the team.
Warnock was sold by owner Massimo Cellino, and Taylor seized his chance, becoming one of Leeds' most important and consistent players.
From an attacking point of view, Taylor was the only one of the back four to create a chance for a teammate to score, while defensively he made one tackle and two interceptions. Perhaps most impressive were his surging runs forward, combining well with winger Stuart Dallas.
There is quite rightly a lot of attention of Sam Byram at present, who set up Leeds' second goal, and will continue to be until his future at the club is resolved, but Taylor's performances should not be ignored, and his efforts are certainly not unnoticed by supporters.
Here is a look at how fans reacted on Twitter to his display...
Any coincidence our form changed once Charlie Taylor returned. #lufc— DollyDistal (@DoriDolly) December 29, 2015
Get the right supply into Wood and he can deliver, Dallas again was outstanding and Taylor is just a freak of nature #lufc— adam (@y12ajg) December 29, 2015
If #lufc could score the first goal in a game they'd be dangerous, the spirit and effort is second to none; and Charlie Taylor take a bow— Sean G (@SeanyGee) December 29, 2015
Taylor gets better every game we've got to keep hold of him,bridcott class aswell #lufc— Darren murray #45 (@dazza0712) December 29, 2015
Dallas & Wood tireless. Byram & Bridcutt classy in parts but faded in & out. Cook - nice cameo. Taylor the one defender I'd keep. #lufc— Jon Abbott (@jon_abbott) December 29, 2015
Taylor, Man of the match for me. Up and down. Not been rinsed and looks composed. #LUFC— Justin Hardy (@Hardyboy79) December 29, 2015