N'Koudou came on for Tottenham Hotspur against West Ham United on Wednesday, taking his tally of minutes played to 45 for the season.
Georges-Kevin N'Koudou doesn't play often for Tottenham Hotspur - just 323 minutes last season, a mere 45 this. But after he flattered to deceive on his latest cameo - which came seven minutes from the end of Wednesday's 3-2 defeat against West Ham United - many Spurs fans think they've seen enough.
In the Frenchman's defence, his side were already losing by the time of his introduction - despite having gone 2-0 up in the 37th minute - while playing so fleetingly is bound to affect any player's rhythm.
Then again, I'm not a Tottenham fan, and those who are far better placed to judge.
According to them, N'Koudou is running out of chances under Mauricio Pochettino, who should turn his attention to another Spurs winger, Marcus Edwards, instead.
Here's how they reacted to the former Marseille player's display:
Nkoudou was awful when he came on, I think Clinton Njie was a better player, think it’s game over for him now!— Alan Warren (@AlWarren77) 26 October 2017
Final tweet from me tonight: that we’re giving Nkoudou any bench spots/minutes over Edwards is just crazy.— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) 25 October 2017
is Poch really telling us Nkoudou is given us more impact or use than Marcus Edwards would?— kev green (@kev_g1) 26 October 2017
Can someone tell me why Nkoudou gets game time ahead of Edwards? He’s shit. I want him to succeed but he can’t even use his pace— OnomahIsABaller (@SpursD22) 25 October 2017
After what GKN served up after coming on last night, why is he on the bench over Marcus Edwards? Does Poch rate Edwards highly or not? ♂️— Ferret (@ferret_7) 26 October 2017
Poor attitude second half has anyone seen Edwards ten times better than Nkooudo#coys#thfc— mickey P (@mickeyp0077) 25 October 2017
The only positive from that is Edwards will hopefully profit from GKN's complete ineptitude. #coys— Jardine Fan (@JardineFan) 25 October 2017
WHERE IN THE WORLD IS MARCUS EDWARDS?!— Major Hangover ☸️ (@JFT13) 25 October 2017
@marcusedwards__ would have loved to have seen you in the starting line up today we need to keep young talent like you happy. Nuff respect— spenceational (@SpenceTHFC) 25 October 2017
Moussa Sissoko and Dele Alli scored Tottenham's goals at Wembley, with Angelo Ogbonna heading home West Ham's winner after Andre Ayew's double.
Should Tottenham give up on N'Koudou and focus on Edwards instead?