Newcastle United fans hope to see more of Ronaldo Aarons after the winger's cameo against West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday.
Aarons replaced Jacob Murphy in the 64th minute of Newcastle's 2-2 draw at the Hawthorns, with the hosts leading 2-1.
It was only the Jamaica-born player's second league outing all season, and though he was not directly involved in the Magpies' equaliser - a deflected Matt Ritchie free-kick that went down as a Jonny Evans own goal - he appears to have made a positive impression on many of the Toon Army.
As far as they're concerned, Aarons should be used from the start at Chelsea on Saturday... at the expense of £12 million summer recruit, Murphy.
Aarons has to get the nod over Murphy at the weekend. Murphy grafted tonight, didn’t offer anything of quality though. #NUFC— NUFC Network (@NUFC_Network) 28 November 2017
Good point in the end worked hard to get back in to the game Aarons offers more than Murphy & Mitro than Joselu #nufc— Chris Currie (@Wig82) 28 November 2017
Mitro and Aarons need t be starting for me. Mitro offers something different, nice and physical and makes it hard for defenders. Aarons looked much brighter and able to beat his man than Murphy. Good point that— Chelton (@JAChelton) 28 November 2017
Aaron's far superior to Murphy. Nufc— John Walker (@Macjakedom) 28 November 2017
Goals from Hal Robson-Kanu and Sam Field put West Brom 2-0 up in Gary Megson's final game as Baggies caretaker, but Ciaran Clark quickly halved the deficit before Evans' mistake.
West Brom have since hired former Newcastle boss Alan Pardew as their new head coach, and he will be assisted by another ex-Magpie in John Carver.