After a slow start, Sheffield United have found their feet and currently sit third in the Championship, unbeaten in their last four starts.
One man who has become a regular for manager Chris Wilder is wide-man 26-year-old Kieron Freeman who has given his manager something to think about having been given his chance.
So after a slow start, is Freeman now proving his worth at the Blades?
It’s a start.
One goal and two assists in the opening six games is a decent return for a player who has featured in four of those matches.
An average pass success rate of 82.2 per cent is highly impressive and has gone a long way to seeing Sheffield United move up to third in the table.
He was a big part in their League One promotion season and struggled last year but looks to have adapted to the Championship and could be a big player this season.
He’s approaching his prime and at this moment in time, yes, he looks good.
I think he proved his worth when he helped them to the Championship, but since then he’s had to adapt to the better level of football.
It’s taken him a bit longer than it took the team, but there’s no shame in that.
He’s becoming the player he should be now.
He’s been impressive.
George Baldock has always seemed to have the position tied down but we’ve seen Freeman step up in recent games.
He offers good delivery out on the right and has given Chris Wilder something to really think about.