Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama is one of the players that has had a frustrating start to the season in the opening couple of months.
The Kenya international was sidelined at the beginning of the campaign through a knee injury and has been used sparingly by manager Mauricio Pochettino since.
He’s made just five first-team appearances across all competitions and looks a shadow of the player he has been before at the North London club.
But there is every chance Wanyama can rediscover his best form after the international break, as he works his way back up to full fitness.
There is definitely a gigantic chance for him to break into the starting XI again on a regular basis, as the likes of Mousa Dembele, Harry Winks and Eric Dier have hardly hit top form in the midfield.
Wanyama proved in the past he can be a no-nonsense enforcer when on form and the defensive midfielder can be the perfect screen in front of the back four.
The 27-year-old should be entering his peak years and if he can get over his injury issues then there should still be plenty more for him to give.
He completed an £11million (BBC) move to Spurs from Southampton two years ago and that still looks a bargain deal.
The window is open for Wanyama to recapture his top form and become a mainstay once again in the side, which is why he is someone to look out for.