The Leeds head coach has heaped praise on the two wide men.
Steve Evans says there is nothing more exciting than the prospect of Leeds United wingers Mustapha Carayol and Stuart Dallas in full flow - going past players and demonstrating their creativity, according to BBC Radio Leeds.
Evans insists there's a chance both will start against Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday night.
And he is excited by what the duo can offer, with Leeds needing to get back to winning ways against the R's in Yorkshire.
The Scot told the BBC: "There is an opportunity for both of those lads to be involved tomorrow night. Nothing gives you more excitement than two wingers on the pitch who go by players for fun and are two very creative players."
Leeds fans will no doubt appreciate some pace and creativity from the pair against QPR.
The R's are in relatively good form of late, with the 3-2 defeat at home to Middlesbrough last Friday night the exception rather than the rule.
United, of course, have lost their last two on the bounce - and will need to put in a performance on Tuesday despite having nothing tangible to play for.
Can Carayol and Dallas cause problems for QPR at Elland Road?