Leeds talent has become more clinical this season.
For all the positives under Garry Monk at Leeds United last season, the manager's failure to get the best out of Kemar Roofe was a frustration.
Leeds spent £3 million on Roofe making him their most expensive addition of the 2016, but Monk struggled to get Roofe to perform.
New boss Thomas Christiansen has had more success on this front, with the former West Brom talent showing a huge improvement.
Despite averaging more shots at goal and more touches per game in 2016/17 - Roofe has been more clinical and more creative under Thomas Christiansen.
More of Roofe's shots are on target, and of those on target, 25 per cent of them have been goals, compared to just five per cent under Monk.
Roofe has won more aerial duels and created more chances per game under Christiansen, while he has matched his 2016/17 season goal tally of three Championship strikes already, meaning there is a big difference in his goals per game ratio.
|Season||Shots per game||On Target per game||Goals per game||Scoring V Shooting Accuracy||Chances Created per game||Aerial Duels won per game||Touches per game|
There is still work to do for Roofe, with his performance in the last match against Sheffield Wednesday the most disappointing he has contributed all season.
But overall there are promising signs that he is stepping up, and the international break may have come at just the right time for him to pause, and get back on track.
So far Leeds should be encouraged at his start to the season, and manager Thomas Christiansen and his coaching team deserves credit for his.