One of the biggest criticisms of Sheffield Wednesday this season has been the disappearance of the fluid attacking play that became a hallmark of last season.
However, it appeared as though that might be coming back again as, on Saturday, Wednesday scored against Fulham one of their best goals of the season following a superb build-up and a fine finish from Fernando Forestieri.
The move began on the right with Ross Wallace playing the ball infield, where Forestieri dummied, allowing Barry Bannan to pick things up. The Scot knocked the ball through to Gary Hooper, who spotted Forestieri continuing his run and back-heeled into the forward's path.
The off-form frontman then found the bottom corner via a touch from the outstretched arm of Fulham keeper David Button.
If that type of goal comes around again on a more regular basis, we can then say that the flair has returned in Carlos Carvalhal's side.