Former QPR man Michael Doughty gave his former club a glimpse of what they're missing with an outstanding display in last night's FA Cup second round replay.
The midfielder was the star of the show as Peterborough outclassed the National League side at the ABAX Stadium, dictating play in the middle of the park and getting his sides' opening goal.
The 25-year-old was tipped for a bright future at Loftus Road, but was deemed surplus to requirements by Ian Holloway, leading to him joining Peterborough during the summer.
During the FA Cup clash, Doughty showcased real quality on the ball, spraying the ball around the pitch with ease and showcasing a number of neat touches.
He almost got on the score-sheet in the opening few minutes, only for his header to be saved by Chelsea loanee Nathan Baxter.
However he did get the equaliser for his side, finishing off a smart team move with a sweeping left-foot finish into the bottom corner of the net.
Peterborough currently sit in 10th position in League One, but will have their eyes firmly on a place in the play-offs.
Doughty will no-doubt be keen to make a swift return to the Championship, in order to show his former club exactly what he's capable of at that level.