Hearts right-winger Sean Clare joined the club in September with a quite a lot to hype behind him.
The player signed a three-year deal, which indicated that he was to be a key play for the season.
He revealed to the official Hearts website that he had signed for the club despite interest in the player from teams in the English Premier League and Championship.
That sort of talk brings a lot of attention to a player.
So far though, Clare has flattered to deceive at Tynecastle.
He hasn’t dominated games the way manager Craig Levein must have hoped he would.
That all could have changed in the last few weeks though.
Firstly, he scored the only goal of the game in Hearts’ 1-0 win over Livingston in the Scottish Cup.
Then, he opened the scoring with a fine finish in the 2-1 win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
After going 13 games without a goal, Clare now has two goals in four games.
The player finally has something to build on, and the Hearts support will be hopefully that Clare can kick on from here.
He has the potential to be a key man for the Jambos as they aim to qualify for Europe, and that aim could come to fruition if Clare continues to score goals.