Hull City manager Nigel Pearson believes Cameron Stewart will make a big difference when he returns from injury.
The 20-year-old winger has been missing since February with a knee problem and is closing in on a return to action.
Stewart made just 21 appearances before suffering his injury last season and will return to a side that has made an encouraging start to the Championship season.
The Tigers are in the play-off positions but have only scored nine goals in their ten league games this term.
They go to Brighton this Saturday with the knowledge that a win could move them up to the automatic promotion places, but the game will come too soon for Stewart.
Pearson told the club's official website: "It's great to have him back out there and he's a very infectious character.
"If you didn't know he had a serious injury, you wouldn't think he looks out of place at the minute.
"He is well on track and, hopefully, within the next few weeks, we'll see him back in a competitive environment.
"It will be great to have him available because it will give us another dimension.
"We know that goals have been hard to come by, but we have some good attacking options and when Cameron is available again, he will add to the mix."