Liverpool loanee Harry Wilson is enduring his most barren run in the Derby County side since his move to Pride Park on loan.
It has been six matches since the 21-year-old has either scored or assisted for Frank Lampard’s side.
And this most definitely needs to be cause for concern for the attacker.
Wilson could be forgiven for having a dip in form, but the Rams are entrenched in a battle to make the play-offs and are currently losing that fight.
Being young, the Wales international is prone to having the odd bad game and having less of an influence in particular matches – that’s part and parcel of his learning curve.
But Derby fans do not accept slow progress – they want the finished product after so many false dawns having been on the brink of promotion several times but falling short.
At any other club, Wilson might have felt fine about his form, but at Derby, it carries more of a burden than most.
He will be feeling anxious to impress and possibly try too hard, like in the defeat to Millwall to force himself back into form.
Wilson needs to not worry about that, despite it being a concern.
The games are coming thick and fast, and he will have time to play himself back into form as he is a key member of Lampard’s squad.
The pressure is on for the Rams but the 21-year-old needs to get that out of his head and focus on playing freely – and without the pressure that comes with the position a team like Derby find themselves in.
Form goes out the window in derby matches so when the Rams face Nottingham Forest on Monday night; there is no better time for Wilson to worry less about his form and just play the way he knows he can.
Producing positive energy in a time of poor form is key for Wilson to get over this spell and come out the other side a better, wiser player for it.
He needs to worry less on what is going wrong and more on what is going right and add to his game that way.