Tottenham Hotspur youngster impressed when he came on against APOEL.
Kyle Walker-Peters' debut for Tottenham on the opening day of the Premier League season seems like a long time ago.
The youngster earned a man-of-the-match award for his performance deputising at right-back for the injured Kieran Trippier, but has barely been seen since.
Trippier returning to fitness, and the signing of Serge Aurier has also impacted his chances.
Last night Walker-Peters was given another opportunity, handed time as a playing substitute in the Champions League win over APOEL Nicosia.
Walker-Peters made an instant impression, setting up Georges-Kevin N'Koudou for his first goal for the club, and Tottenham's third.
Fernando Llorente had scored the opener, with Heung Min-Son adding the second before half-time following an assist from the Spaniard.
Overall it was a worthwhile contribution from Walker-Peters, and he has put himself back into the mix for further opportunities.
He could have a crucial role to play over the festive fixtures, and he is a player fans are keen to see a lot more of.
Must sell Rose to Barcelona and give Walker-Peters a run. #coys— Tim Cruickshank (@twe_tim) December 6, 2017
So KWP just comes on and looks like he plays every week. Love that kid. #THFC— Stuart Peel (@JedLomax) December 6, 2017
Good win. Needed to get back to winning ways and get some confidence flowing. Good to see KWP and Nkoudou get some time as well as the debut from Sterling.— Cleveland Spurs (@ClevelandSpurs) December 6, 2017
GKN has been exceptional since his goal and KWP has been very good— Jack(COYS) (@DembeleEdition) December 6, 2017
I love Kyle Walker-Peters. Fantastic player imo— Kieran (@kieranbarnshaw) December 6, 2017
Well played by Walker-Peters there, so calm— J (@jake_newell) December 6, 2017
With Rose going in January, hopefully KWP can get plenty more game time— Ryan ⚽️ (@ryangoldy8) December 6, 2017