After being named among the subs for Manchester City's EFL Cup final clash with Chelsea at the weekend, Leroy Sane will be looking to send out a message if selected against West Ham United on Wednesday.
The German winger missed a penalty at Wembley Stadium after being brought on as a late substitute in normal time, but his side still went on to win 4-3 on pens following a goalless draw after extra time.
Sane is expected to return to City's forward line against West Ham in midweek, and that could spell bad news for the Hammers judging by his previous record in this fixture.
Here, Sports Mole looks at Sane's return against United in a little more depth.
The 23-year-old also set up Raheem Sterling's goal at the London Stadium to make it four goal involvements in four games against West Ham.
Across those four previous encounters with West Ham, the ex-Schalke 04 ace has only ever been on the winning side - a good omen for the champions ahead of Wednesday's clash. body check tags ::