Aston Villa are set to take on Nottingham Forest this weekend.
The Aston Villa midfielder impressed in his natural position this weekend.
Mile Jedinak was reportedly set for the Aston Villa exit in the summer but eventually remained with Steve Bruce's Championship chasers.
The Aston Villa centre-back has fallen out of favour this season but could have still done a job on Saturday.
Mile Jedinak has been absent from action for Aston Villa recently.
Aston Villa could potentially be without Mile Jedinak for the next three months due to a shoulder injury.
Aston Villa appear as if they could be searching for a central-midfielder in January, after Steve Bruce's reaction to Mile Jedinak's injury.
The Aston Villa midfielder has a shoulder injury but Steve Bruce's side have done well without him thus far.
Mile Jedinak was taken off after just 26 minutes of Aston Villa's Championship clash with Ipswich Town.
Aston Villa midfielder Mile Jedinak played a crucial role in booking Australia's place at next year's World Cup.
The Australia international did all he could in Aston Villa's league game against Huddersfield earlier this week.
Sam Allardyce will be hoping that the signings he makes during this window can make their way into Crystal Palace's top five in future.
Jedinak left Crystal Palace for Aston Villa in the summer.