Leeds United were reportedly set to pay £1.5 million for the Coventry City winger last year before he sustained a serious knee injury.
Jodi Jones would have been forgiven for feeling that he was one of the unluckiest players in football when he sustained a serious knee injury just as clubs, including Leeds, were starting to take notice of the youngster.
There is always a worry that a player who spends as long on the sidelines as Jones has is going to struggle to come back and show the promise that they displayed before they got injured.
But the 20-year-old's form in the early stages of his comeback suggests that he could not only get back on track, but he could also show the kind of form that may tempt Leeds to have another look.
He is yet to start for the Sky Blues since returning to the fold, but he has undoubtedly made a massive impact as it was his stoppage-time goal that settled Coventry's League One clash with Southend on Saturday.
After some good individual work down the right flank, Jones managed to find the bottom corner. It was not the cleanest strike, but after what he has gone through, it seems highly unlikely that he will care one bit about how it found the back of the net.
He is wasting little time piecing his career back together. And given that Leeds reportedly had set up the seven-figure move before his injury, it would probably be no surprise if the Championship high-flyers kept Jones on their radar over the coming months.