Leeds United fans believe that a player who starred against them for Brentford on Saturday is exactly what is needed at Elland Road.
Leeds slumped to their sixth defeat in seven Championship outings at Griffin Park, shipping late goals to Yoann Barbet and Ryan Woods, after Ezgjan Alioski had cancelled out Neal Maupay's first-half opener for the hosts.
And it was one of those who appears to have caught the eye, after showing up Leeds' own midfielders.
Here's what the Elland Road faithful are saying about Woods.
We need experience...its simple. Go & get Ryan woods. Steel us up a bit in midfield.— Tony H (@Rumoydin) 6 November 2017
That ryan woods for them tonight quality little player why can't we sign people like him!— Jordan Acton (@jacton999) 4 November 2017
Ryan Woods is exactly type of player we need, right little red headed tiger— Jim Marsden (@jimbobm52) 4 November 2017
Ryan Woods killed us. Would love to see him at Elland Road, nothing like a ginger central midfielder who can pass the ball sideways #lufc— Butch (@WillButcher8) 4 November 2017
Ryan Woods is exactly the type of midfielder we're missing in the middle of the park #LUFC— Ben (@BenSpencer_x) 4 November 2017
maybe we should buy him?— Danny Hilditch (@Danny_Slugsy) November 5, 2017
He’s 100% the type of player we are missing a N04 sitting in front scrapping but then playing killer simple passes— weareno_59 (@KevStone3) November 5, 2017
Sign him up— Chris King (@kipa170) November 5, 2017
He is just the type of pkayer we need. O’Kane Vieira Phillips have never taken a game by the balls like that.Too soft & egos too big.— Jank (@WattleAve) November 5, 2017
By a country mile , outstanding display . Wish he played for @lufc— chris (@LeedsLoudHaler) November 5, 2017
Woods' goal was his first of the season and is not something he is usually renowned for, preferring instead to go about his business quietly - and effectively - in front of the back four.
It's a role for which Leeds have few competent options at present, however Woods has not been short of admirers these past few campaigns and could be difficult to obtain.
The 23-year-old, who has also played full-back before now, also signed a new deal until 2020 last August.
Would a player like Woods fix Leeds' problems?