Walsall travel to Plymouth tonight hoping the man who rejected Argyle will compound their misery by knocking them out of the Carling Cup.
Carlos Fangueiro, who scored a late equaliser for his new team at Lincoln City on Saturday, turned down a move to Home Park last week when he signed a short-term contract with Richard Money's men.
The Portuguese winger is set on earning himself a longer deal at Bescot with the Devonians next on his hit list as he strives to put Walsall into the second round of the competition for the first time in three years. Their recent record in the game's second knock-out competition has been parlous with last season's campaign running to only 90 minutes and a surgically efficient 3-0 extraction at the hands of Crystal Palace.
But with more confidence this term, they have made an unbeaten start to the League Two programme, and with the emergence of the tricky winger they are better placed to take on opposition who may be higher ranked but who are equally unsuccessful in the League Cup. After two substitute appearances Fangueiro could be in line for his first start in what could be an otherwise unchanged line-up.
James Constable, who missed the 2-2 draw at Sincil Bank, will travel following his recovery from an ankle injury picked up a week ago but Allan Picken will be absent because of a knee problem. The injured Michael Dobson and Tony Bedeau will miss their side's bid to extend their unbeaten run to five games.