Glasgow Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty has a chance to justify his move to his former club this week.
Lafferty is currently in a strange position, seeing the club he left behind flying high above Rangers at the top of the Scottish Premiership table.
Hearts have a 100 per cent record and are the division's surprise leaders.
If Craig Levein's side can go on to mount a title challenge, Lafferty could be criticised for not sticking around to play his part and missing out.
The lure of joining former club Rangers was too strong for him to resist, and this week he can prove it is a smart football decision he made, not just an emotional one.
Rangers are playing in the Europa League group stages, and have an exciting match up against Villarreal.
This is a real chance for Lafferty to test himself at a new level, and he will continue to get opportunities in five more group stage matches.
Win, lose or draw, the opportunity enough is reason to justify Lafferty's switch, and a strong individual performance will further underline why he made his decision.
Irrespective of what Hearts are able to go on and achieve, Lafferty can show why Rangers was too good an opportunity for him to turn down.