The Sunderland loanee hasn't looked himself over the last few Leeds games.
Liam Bridcutt made a brilliant start to life at Leeds United after joining on loan from Sunderland earlier this season.
But, like Leeds as a whole, his form has tailed over the last few weeks.
So much so that, while United themselves won on Saturday afternoon - beating Bolton Wanderers 2-1 - Bridcutt's form remained poor.
Several Leeds supporters expressed their worries on Twitter at how the 26-year-old midfielder performed at Elland Road, with Toumani Diagouraga rated as far better in midfield.
Sol Bamba and Mirco Antenucci were two other good performers but criticism was aimed at Sunderland loanee Bridcutt after another poor display.
Next up for Leeds is a trip to Wales on Tuesday night, where they'll face Cardiff City. Another positive result will be needed - only winning against the bottom side in the Championship simply isn't good enough.
And more will likely be needed from Bridcutt than he produced on Saturday. If he continues his poor form, meanwhile, could he be off back to Sunderland in the summer?
Don't know what was up with Bridcutt today, really poor and didn't look interested— LUFC Talk (@Talk_lufc) March 5, 2016
Bridcutt not doing anything to say he's worth signing, Diagougara far better and more committed #lufc— Adam Webster (@adswebbo) March 5, 2016
@WYSdaily a poor performance but a wins a win, thought Bridcutt was shocking, Dave is my man of the match— Oliver (@OArundale97) March 5, 2016
Poor game for Bridcutt.— Amy Kelly (@aimzk1990) March 5, 2016
Bamba played well, clearly not babysitting Wootton means he can concentrate on his own game #lufc
Another bad game for Bridcutt but when Mowatt and Murphy are CM options on bench what choice do we have #lufc— Gary (@GazzaF83) March 5, 2016
Bridcutt to be subbed, surely, been poor today and for that matter the last few games #lufclive— Arunas Mantas (@ArunasMantas) March 5, 2016