Haris Vuckic's eight year stint at Newcastle United finally came to an end this summer, with the forward released after his contract expired.
The Slovenian never really established himself in the Newcastle side on a regular basis, and spent last season on loan at Bradford City.
Vuckic signed with Dutch side FC Twente in the summer, but has found it tough going in Holland.
To date he has more bookings (2) than goals (0) in four first team appearances for the Dutch side.
There is a reason for this though, as he has been deployed as a central midfielder, playing deeper than in the attacking role he has occupied at other clubs, including his loan spell at Rangers.
Success in his four appearances has been mixed, with Twente winning two and losing two.
His lack of goals has not been for not trying. He is averaging 2.3 shots per game - the highest rate in the Twente side.
There are positives though for the Slovenian, regardless of his lack of success.
Simply playing top flight football on a regular basis is a good sign, something he did not manage in England.
He may have stepped down a level to Holland to achieve this, but the Eredivisie is a competitive league and Vuckic has a platform to kickstart his career.
A little bit of luck in front of goal and he might get back on track.