It could be Fergie time at Newcastle United
For the second game in a row 21-year-old young gun Shane Ferguson came off the bench, whipped in a left wing cross and allowed one of Newcastle United's marksmen to notch a goal.
It all sounds simple, but for some reason providing two of the most lethal strikers in Europe with a silver service has been a problem for the Magpies.
Demba Ba may well be the top flight's leading scorer on six but with better service the mind boggles at how many more he could have managed while poor Papiss Cisse, Manchester United in the League Cup aside, has looked a shadow of the player who scored so many times last season.
The regular debate about what Jonas Gutierrez will rumble on without me getting involved in this particular post.
However, when it comes to service there is plenty of room for improvement.
Hatem Ben Arfa has a major influence on games and can leave defenders for dead when he puts his foot down.
And Yohan Cabaye, after a slow start, weighed in with a key pass for Demba Ba through the middle against Everton.
But out wide, the area which seems to be proving difficult for the Magpies, there is a clear lack of crosses coming in for the front men.
A look down the squad list suggests that Sylvain Marveaux should be a key player in this field.
However, for some reason he hasn't looked the part this season so far and hasn't made the most of his opportunity.
Hard working Jonas has flaws, but you can't knock his commitment, it's just his deliveries into the box we don't see enough of.
Gabriel Obertan is said to be itching for his chance too but he didn't take it at Maritimo and he hardly pulled up any trees on the return to his old club Man United in the cup.
Step forward then Shane Ferguson.
The talented a pacey youngster has always caught the eye in the reserves and shown he can bomb on.
And whenever he's played at first team level he's never let anybody down.
He's happy to keep it simple, get down the flank and get a cross in.
We've seen that in the last two games and after two solid performances he has given his manager food for thought.
Oh he can also finish as well as proven at international level.
The time seems to be now for the skilful Northern Ireland international.