There was plenty for Wolverhampton Wanderers fans to get excited about at Pride Park on Friday night.
First and foremost, a 3-0 victory over Derby County that sees Glenn Hoddle's men go into tomorrow night's home clash with leaders Sheffield United back in the Championship's top five. And top of the list of golden moments was that first goal in two and a half years for injury-jinxed George Ndah.
But, if Wolves' opening goal against Derby was one for the sentimental, their second was the one that left even the purists catching their breath.
Vio Ganea's stunning backheel to return the ball into the path of Tom Huddlestone for the on-loan Tottenham Hotspur teenager to finish confidently was one of the classiest strikes likely to be seen in the Championship this season.
With sweet timing on the night that Wolves secured Huddlestone's services for at least another month, the Nottingham-born teenager chose the occasion of his first return to Pride Park since his £2.5 million move to Spurs in the summer to hit his first senior goal.
In 98 previous outings, since making his Derby debut on the first day of the 2003/04 season, Huddlestone, who was used mostly by the Rams at the back, had not managed to find the net.
"The fans didn't appear to take too kindly to Tom coming back," said Derby boss Phil Brown. "And that's maybe to be expected. You don't always get an easy ride when you go back to a club you've left.
"But you have to admire the character of a kid of that age to come back and do what he did.
"I suppose the writing was on the wall that he'd come back here and score. But he's a good footballer, there's no doubt about it. And he made a lot of money for this club."
Huddlestone admitted: "I always thought my first goal would be scored here at Pride Park but not against Derby.
"I've been getting a bit of stick and being told I was never going to score.
"But, while it's taken me more than two years, not that's out of the way, I want to concentrate on scoring a few more.
"I'm just happy the loan's been extended to ensure I'm playing football. It's been hard at Tottenham because there are a lot of players in the pecking order in front of me. When Wolves came in and asked to take me on loan there was no hesitation. And I'll give 100 per cent as long as I'm here."
Just how long that will be depends on exactly when Spurs press the 'Recall' button on the England Under-21 international. But Hoddle's old club have allowed the teenager to stay at Molineux until they start their FA Cup campaign on January 7.
That effectively allows Wolves use of Huddlestone for another nine matches until the Midlands derby at Coventry on January 2. And, given the continuing extent of his injury list, that's a relief to Hoddle.
"He's a real Premiership talent in the making," said the Wolves boss. "But it does depend how much Premiership football he gets in the next two years.
"Tottenham have got a lot of midfield players. And Tom will possibly be looking to see what happens when he goes back in January or, more importantly, the end of the season.
"He stamped his authority on the game and it was good to see him score his first goal on his old stomping ground.
"I've seen him play in midfield and at the back.
"Personally, I think he's an all-round midfielder, which is why we wanted him at Wolves. But that's for Tottenham to decide."