Leeds United have had a few swings and misses in the transfer market this season but they must not let fear of further failure stop them taking more gambles.
One player who could be a shrewd investment on loan would be Wolves attacker Duckens Nazon.
Nazon is a Haiti international who has enjoyed a very successful spell on loan at Oldham.
Nazon netted eight times earlier in the season on loan at Coventry City in League Two, and has made the step up to League One confidently, scoring his third for the club at the weekend.
Testing himself in the Championship is his next step, but he won't be able to do so with Premier League bound Wolves.
Leeds should put themselves at the front of the queue to try and land Nazon on loan for the season, and give the forward a chance to kick on.
Nazon can play as a striker or as a winger and this versatility is something Leeds were looking for when they signed Pawel Cibicki.
Duckens Nazon with the solo special for Oldham at Blackburn pic.twitter.com/q3CdapiJZl— James Dart (@James_Dart) February 10, 2018
The 24-year-old is a rising star with superb dribbling ability and is an unpredictable player for defences to come up against.
If anything Leeds are too predictable right now with the plodding Pierre-Michel Lasogga and unthreatening Caleb Ekuban in attack.
A loan deal for Nazon would be low risk and high reward, and an ideal way for the Whites to add a game changer to their squad without breaking the bank.