Brighton and Hove Albion beat Reading 1-0 last night to move into second place in the Championship.
Chris Hughton rotated his side, bringing in loanee James Wilson, and the Manchester United striker repaid his faith by scoring the winner.
The goal was Wilson's fourth of his loan spell for the Seagulls, and highlighted his poaching ability.
These have come in eight starts, with a further nine appearances as a substitute.
He last played 90 minutes back on January 1, with his previous goal coming against Huddersfield on January 23.
The England under-21 international is highly rated at United, and had he not been on loan, could have been featuring for the Red Devils due to their injury problems.
Last night showed his spell at Brighton is proving worthwhile for the club and himself, netting a decisive goal at a crucial time.
Brighton have lost just five games all season, and with nine games to go of the regular season, Wilson has put himself in a good position to play a more important role.
Here is a look at how supporters reacted to his strike...
Albion produced the game's only moment of quality. It was lovely quick counter attack that saw James Wilson open the scoring. #BHAFC— Brighton Fanbase (@BrightonFanbase) March 15, 2016
Wilson is odd. Leggy and half interested for most part, give him half a chance and he buries it. Baldock superb. #bhafc— Mark Nickols (@mark_nickols) March 15, 2016