Leeds youngster Mallik Wilks has taken to Twitter to claim that he is back after scoring his first goal for Accrington Stanley since September in their draw with Newport County on Saturday.
Wilks made a blistering start to his loan spell with the League Two side following his move from Elland Road in the summer, scoring three goals in his first six appearances for Stanley.
However, following that third goal, the 18-year-old endured a frustrating run of form and went into the clash with Newport having not found the back of the net for almost two months.
But Wilks was Accrington's hero at the weekend, scoring an 88th minute equaliser following Frank Nouble's goal early in the second-half for the away side to ensure that the points were shared to leave Wilks' side third in the table in the automatic-promotion spots.
And after the game, Wilks took to social media to celebrate his return to scoring ways.
Wilks is certainly making the most of his time away from his parent club. His record arguably becomes a lot more impressive when you consider that he is still awaiting his first league start, with all of his previous 13 appearances in League Two coming from the bench.
And he will be hoping to prove during the rest of the time he is away from the Whites that he can be more than a super-sub for the side and deserves to be starting more games.