Plymouth Argyle striker Arnold Garita's unpredictably has been praised by manager Derek Adams.
Garita, 21 could be fit enough to return to the squad for Saturday's game with Yeovil, having limped out of this month's derby with Exeter after scoring one goal and making a second.
"He's a good option to have in the squad," Adams told BBC Radio Devon.
"He's only played 98 minutes with us, but he has made an impression with everybody in the football club."
The on-loan Cameroon-born striker has played just four games in English football since joining parent club Bristol City in January, but made a lasting impact on Argyle fans after his performance in the 2-0 win over their fiercest rivals.
"I always like to have a striker that is a wee bit different in the squad," added Adams.
"He is one that can run in behind, he can take the ball up the park, sometimes you don't know what you're going to get from him and if you don't know that then the defenders don't know that in their position."