Domingos Quina left West Ham in the summer, joining Watford.
A year ago West Ham supporters were hoping that talented young winger Dominos Quina would get a first team opportunity.
He was unable to earn the trust of David Moyes, who didn't select him for a single Premier League game.
It was inevitable then that Quina sought a West Ham exit in the summer. After links to Barcelona, he ended up making a move to Watford.
One day that switch might come back to bite West Ham, but at present their latest breakthrough talent is ensuring Quina becomes yesterday's man.
Grady Diangana announced himself to Hammers fans with a well taken brace in their League Cup win over Macclesfield last week.
He then came off the bench for the final minute of West Ham's victory over Manchester United at the weekend.
Diangana is suddenly the bright talent of the moment, the player West Ham fans are latching their hopes to.
After joining the club at 12-years-old, Diangana's story of academy lad to first team star is one to savour.
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