Anton Walkes made his third appearance in Portsmouth colours on Wednesday, having arrived from Tottenham Hotspur in January.
Walkes' latest loan spell had begun brightly, with the 21-year-old scoring on his debut - a 2-2 draw against Doncaster Rovers - and helping Pompey to a 2-1 against Milton Keynes Dons the next time out.
His third appearance, however, saw Portsmouth beaten by promotion chasing Blackburn Rovers - although Walkes did provide the assist for Conor Chaplin's equaliser at Fratton Park.
The Tottenham product could have snatched all three points had he converted a chance of his own before Adam Armstrong struck his second of the night for Blackburn.
But what did the Portsmouth fans make of Walkes' performance?
Here's what they are saying on Twitter...
Both Walkes and Donohue played well tonight. Couldn't decide between the two.— Luke (@MinishLad) 13 February 2018
Too many bad performers in the #pompey XI this evening. Burgess and Evans failing to add anything, definitely missing a Doyle-figure that we had last season in the midfield. Looks like we’re settling for mid-table as things are going. However, impressed with walkes and donohue.— Ollie Griffiths (@OllieG_96) 13 February 2018
Thought both teams were sloppy with the ball. Evans looks disinterested, not sure he made one cross all game. Donohue crossing improving game by game.Walkes wasted at RB. #Pompey— James Knibbs (@Theknibbler) 13 February 2018
happy with today tbh. was expecting a 2/3-0 loss but we put up a seriously good fight against a class Blackburn team good enough for the championship. Could’ve easily been a 2-1 victory and the goal was cruel on us but all in all a good performance. i love Anton Walkes.— L (@ffslluke) 13 February 2018
Anton Walkes - looks to be a solid addition. Solid defensively, and looks decent going forward. Clever assist yesterday when he could’ve panicked. 7/10— Pompey Pedro (@FCR1898) 14 February 2018
Despite his impressive displays for Portsmouth, Walkes is likely to face tough competition from Serge Aurier, Kieran Trippier and Kyle Walker-Peters upon his return to north London this summer.
That said, the former Atlanta United loanee does have the advantage of being able to play in various positions across defence and midfield.
Can Walkes break into Mauricio Pochettino's plans at Tottenham Hotspur?