James Husband reached a career century of appearances as Huddersfield Town lost at Preston North End.
Now the left-back will be aiming to quickly add to that tally after extending his loan from Championship rivals Middlesbrough until April 9.
Town fans have had only three chances to see the 22-year-old in action so far.
It could be argued that reflects the response of Jason Davidson to the arrival of fresh competition after Ben Chilwell’s return to Leicester City.
Australian international Davidson has started five of the games for which Husband has been available.
Head coach David Wagner brought Husband off the bench in the home FA Cup third-round draw with Reading, the day after the Boro man arrived.
And that was as a replacement for Sean Scannell rather than Davidson.
Husband’s first Town start was in the 1-1 home league draw with Fulham.
And his second came in Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Deepdale.
Wagner, eager to have two specialist left-backs in his squad, said he was happy with Husband’s contribution.
Now the boss must choose between Davidson and Husband for Saturday’s tough trip to Nottingham Forest.
Husband came through the academy of his home-city club Leeds United.
But he made his breakthrough after joining Doncaster Rovers, his debut coming from the bench in the goalless Championship draw at Middlesbrough in April 2012.
Husband played 73 times for Rovers, netting four times (his only goals to date) and helping them win promotion from League I in 2013 before his move to Middlesbrough on a four-year contract in July 2014.
Curtis Main went the other way, and Doncaster also pocketed a reported £500,000.
However Husband has found it hard to make an impact at the Riverside Stadium, with just seven appearances to his name.
The other 17 games in his century have come in loan spells at Fulham, the last of which finished on January 1 and took in 12 matches.
A shoulder injury for Middlesbrough mainstay George Friend brought suggestions Husband could be back in the frame at his promotion-chasing parent club, against who he cannot play when Town visit on Tuesday, April 9.
But boss Aitor Karanka brought in Belgian Ritchie de Laet on loan from Leicester City.
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