With Leeds United finding their feet once again picking up 6 points from 9 in a tough fixture list, the whites seem back firing in the Championship.
One reason for this is the tenacious work of the attacking trio behind the coveted striker position with Hernandez, Saiz and Alioski all terrorising defences for fun.
However, one player seems to be completely out of the loop and we're unsure why this is.
In the past few seasons Stuart Dallas has been an integral part of the squad and although under Garry Monk he saw a continuous rotating role, this season it was expected that Dallas would be a key player in the squad.
For some reason this has not happened and Dallas has become a fringe player in a side that could really benefit from his play.
The Northern Irish winger has been used in more of a defensive role more times than he's been given the opportunity to show his stuff on the wings for Leeds and the club are missing out.
Whether Head Coach Thomas Christiansen does not see the benefit of a fully fit Dallas or the games just haven't called for a winger with more skill technically than brute pace, one thing is clear, Dallas isn't in the forefront of anyone's mind.
Against Aston Villa, Leeds will have to be as focused defensively as they are tenacious in attack and the game is screaming out for someone to bring that to a very flamboyant Leeds side.
Dallas is that man and it's about time he was given the opportunity to once again star in a white shirt.
What's your opinion? Is Dallas an invisible man? Or are the players in his position just better than him? Have your say in the comments below.
By Ryan Ingham