Hadi Sacko has not been heavily involved at Leeds United this season.
Egzjan Alioski has been class for Leeds United so far.
The 25-year-old winger, a summer signing from Lugano, grabbed his first goal in the Championship in the 2-0 win at Nottingham Forest a fortnight ago.
On the right wing, he is a big player in the new-look Leeds which sits third in the table after winning three and drawing two of their first five league games this season.
Talented as he may be, he played 180 minutes for Macedonia during the international break and head coach Thomas Christiansen may look to rest him for Saturday's visit of Burton.
If that materialises then Christiansen might look to restore something of a forgotten man to Leeds' first XI for this weekend's clash at Elland Road: Hadi Sacko.
The 23-year-old, who was signed on a permanent basis before Christiansen arrived, has not been seen in any competition since for a month when he was taken off midway through the Whites' 4-1 League Cup win on August 9.
He was not always productive during his loan last season, but Sacko certainly offered glimpses of his promise and perhaps it is time for the Spanish coach to give him another chance to show what he can do.
Having not played for a month, he is bound to be hungry and eager to impress and Alioski's hectic schedule this past week might've opened the door for him.