Tottenham Hotspur's new signing could face his former club this weekend.
Fernando Llorente got his first taste of action in a Tottenham Hotspur shirt when he came off the bench against Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday, but what chance the Spaniard starting against a former club this weekend?
After all, Tottenham go head-to-head with Swansea City, the side for whom Llorente scored 15 goals last season, and he will no doubt be desperate to play from the outset against his one-time employers.
It would be a dramatic change of stance from Pochettino yet there will surely be occasions when both men are utilised together, and he needs to build up an on-field relationship sooner rather than later.
With Tottenham at home this weekend - at least their temporary home of Wembley - it may be the best time to see what the two Spurs strikers can do when playing in tandem, even if it means a midfielder dropping out of the starting XI.
With three centre-backs Tottenham's goal is well protected and it would be interesting to see just how effective a front two of Llorente and Kane could be.
You can rest assured the 32-year-old will want to play against Swansea, but only time will tell if he gets a few minutes from the bench or his first start at his new club.
The vast majority of Spurs fans will surely be hoping for the latter.