With two goals in one game and some brilliant play up front for Leeds, it's fair to say that Pierre-Michel Lassoga has had a dream start to his Leeds United career.
All I've seemed to do is doubt the former downtrodden striker since he had been linked with the club, I can happily say that I was very wrong indeed.
The former Hertha striker was given his debut in front of a packed Elland Road and it didn't take long for him to get accustomed, firing past Burton keeper Stephen Bywater to score on his Leeds United and home debut.
The 25-year old didn't stop there either, his clever link up play with the likes of Saiz and Roofe allowing both players to create space which gave the club an abundance of chances as Leeds looked to dominate their opposition in the first half.
His second goal was a well crafted move from Kemar Roofe and most of the glory has to go to the man on fire for his delightful lobbed cross to the new forward.
However, Lassoga's knowledge and ability to find space in the box for the header leaves little to doubt that the German can finish when the opportunity arises.
It looks like Leeds have not only replaced their main forward in Chris Wood but improved their options for a very long season.
The additions of Lasogga, Grot, Cibicki and Roofe now give Leeds a Plan A, B and C whereas Leeds were lucky to have more than Plan A last season.
It's fair to say that many fans have taken a large slice of humble pie over Lasogga's first game in a Leeds shirt (including myself) and long may it continue!
How do you feel about Lasogga's contribution in his first game? Was this a show of brilliance or a flash in the pan? Have your say in the comments below!
By Ryan Ingham