Former Crystal Palace midfielder John Bostock has hinted he would like to return to the club in the future.
The Englishman, who made his debut for Palace in 2007 as a 15-year-old, became the youngest to play for the first team in the Eagles' history.
Bostock moved to Tottenham in 2008 but hardly featured – and since then his career has nose-dived.
Several years later and he finds himself in the second tier of Belgian football at Oud-Heverlee Leuven.
And in an interview with The Guardian, Bostock says "football is an unpredictable game" when it comes to his future in the game, which could, of course, lead to a dramatic return to Selhurst Park one day.
Sometimes you have to take a step back or down in order to move forward or up again, and the player knows himself he needs to continue progressing his game.
"I'm just taking every game as it comes, I'm really enjoying my time with Leuven," Bostock said.
"I'm adding different parts to my game, improving on a daily basis.
"I guess the most important thing for me is to keep pushing forward towards fulfilling my potential.
"I love Palace. I've got nothing but kind words to say about everyone from the youth coaches to the people that work behind the scenes.
"Football is an unpredictable game, but I'm just focusing on playing in Belgium and just continuing to progress.
"Every week you are playing against young players who are all hungry to achieve just like I am, so you can see why Belgium do produce a lot of talented players.
"In the second division, there then is a lot of interest in them from the first division and Europe's top clubs."