Mauricio Pochettino put Tottenham Hotspur through their paces on Friday as Spurs continued their preparations for Tuesday's visit to Swansea City.
Pochettino already confirmed the great news that midfielder Victor Wanyama was back in full training following the injury that has kept him sidelined since August.
And the Kenyan powerhouse was indeed present, but so too was a man who Tottenham fans haven't seen a great deal of since signing in the summer: Juan Foyth.
The 19-year-old defender who, according to The Daily Mail, joined for £8 million, has only played one game for Spurs in two months - and even that was a dead rubber with APOEL Nicosia in the Champions League.
But he has been an unused substitution in the Lilywhites' last four games, so he is knocking on the door for a Premier League debut and it can't be too far away.
Patience was always going to be required from Foyth, who joined a Tottenham side with an abundance of brilliant central defenders, including Davinson Sanchez who joined a week before him.