Should Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers try and re-sign the Scotland international this summer?
If James Tavernier maintains this standard at Rangers until May then the right-back could well be tempted to re-sign for an English club in the summer.
The 26-year-old already attracted interest from Sunderland in January, according to The Daily Mail, and leaving Ibrox could be a possibility when the window re-opens.
Considering that Lee Hodson is the best back-up option available, you could forgive Graeme Murty if he wanted another right-back in the summer and should he punt for a familiar face?
The Mirror reported on Wednesday that Alan Hutton would not be offered a new contract by Aston Villa, meaning that he will leave on a Bosman in June.
At 33, Hutton's time as an influential Championship player might be coming to an end, but the Scottish defender could still do a job - or at least provide better competition than Hodson - in the Premiership again.
He left Rangers in 2008 for a £9 million fee after establishing himself as a big player at Ibrox throughout the previous six years, winning an SPL title in 2005.
Within a month of leaving, he was back at Rangers as a fan and said to The Record: "I still love the club and you never know where I'll end up later in my career - I might find myself back at Ibrox one day."
With that in mind, it seems very possible that he would sign on for a second spell with the Gers if Murty wanted him.