When a player keeps getting named as man of the match on a regular basis it tends to get noticed.
Doesn’t matter which league it is.
It proves that excellence is evident and that player could be on the path for greater things.
Fleetwood Town is doing it for Lewie Coyle.
Signed by The Cod Army on loan for the season, Hull-born Coyle is highly regarded at parent club Leeds United.
So much so he signed a three year deal with them before moving to Lancashire.
Coyle has been Fleetwood’s man of the match five times already this season.
He’s helped Fleetwood to ninth place in the league, just two points from a play-off position.
They won 3-0 at fourth placed Bradford City on Tuesday night, but have endured mixed results overall.
When he returns to the Elland Road club he will be a serious challenger to Luke Ayling, who has made the right-back position his own these days.
In a case of déjà vu, Fleetwood Town were instrumental in helping another Leeds youngster on his way to the top.
Charlie Taylor, once went on loan there in 2013-14 and did well.
Taylor impressed the Leeds hierarchy so much they offered him a three year contract.
The Whites act a bit more decisive these days and have already secured Coyle’s future.
Who knows if Coyle will eventually make it at Elland Road, but he’s certainly on course to do so.