Taylor spent a season on loan with tonight's League Cup opponents in 2013-14.
Fleetwood Town's Charlie Taylor in action against Burton Albion's Zeli Ismail
Leeds United take on Fleetwood Town in the EFL Cup this evening, in a game that will see Leeds face a former manager in Uwe Rosler.
But the German gaffer will not be the only one facing off against old faces tonight, as Leeds United left-back Charlie Taylor once spent a very successful loan spell with the Cod Army.
Chesterfield's Tendayi Darikwa in action with Fleetwood's Charlie Taylor
Leeds defender Taylor headed to Highbury in October 2013 on an initial one-month loan.
His loan was then extended by a month before finally becoming a season-long deal in December 2013.
Burton's Rene Howe (L) and Fleetwood's Charlie Taylor in action
He went on to have a huge impact for the then League Two club.
He played 42 times for Fleetwood that season, including in the League Two play-off semi-finals and final – which saw the club promoted to League One.
Fleetwood Town's Charlie Taylor and Chris Maxwell celebrate with the trophy after winning the Sky Bet Football League Two Play Off Final
His form out on loan even earned him a new contract at Leeds in the summer of 2014 – a contract that expires at the end of the current campaign.
Taylor goes into the game against his old loan club amid a storm at Leeds. He recently handed in a transfer request at Elland Road.
Fleetwood's Charlie Taylor (L) in action with York's Calvin Andrew
He will be hoping to put all his woes behind him however as Leeds take on Fleetwood this evening.