Barnsley boss Danny Wilson thinks new midfielder Conor Hourihane could be the missing ingredient in his side after joining this week.
Hourihane, who signed on a three-year-deal, is recognised as a goalscoring midfielder and hit the net nine times in 53 appearances last season and Wilson thinks that is just what the Tykes need.
Speaking to the club's official website, Wilson said: "We've landed a terrific signing in Conor Hourihane.
"He typifies exactly want we want to do in terms of the longevity of the football club and getting in players with a longer term view in mind.
"Having been captain at Plymouth for the last two seasons shows the maturity of the player. From a young age, the manager at Plymouth had identified him as a leader, which is a tremendous accolade, and he is exactly the type of player we are looking for at Barnsley.
"Last season we didn't score enough goals throughout the team and definitely in midfield we struggled to get goals. Hopefully Conor will continue to score goals and add to an area we have been lacking in."
Hourihane arrived following the signing of striker Kane Hemmings from Cowdenbeath as Barnsley bid to bounce straight back from the disappointment of relegation from the Championship.