Dundee United manager Csaba Laszlo was delighted to welcome club captain Fraser Fyvie back to the fold on Saturday and believes he is just what they need to push on.
The midfield man came off the bench on 73 minutes after recovering from a long-term knee injury and made a huge impact for the Terrors.
With practically the last kick of the game Fyvie netted a terrific half-volley to equalise after Morton had taken the lead through a Michael Tidser penalty on 11 minutes.
It was not just the goal, but his overall play, which pleased Csaba.
“I am happy to have him back, not just because he scored the goal, but he is a player who can create chances and shoot,” he said.
“In the last 20 minutes he showed his experience and he knows what you have to do.
“He comes on and in just 20 minutes he shoots three times. Two were very dangerous and the third was the goal.
“Fraser is definitely a leader but we must be careful with him because he had two cruciate ligament problems so it has not been easy for him to handle this psychologically.”
Ahead of Saturday’s trip to face bottom side Falkirk, Csaba has decisions to make in his midfield.
After his dominant 20-minute display at Tannadice, Fyvie will be in contention to start and Csaba also revealed Sam Stanton is close.
“It is good that he is making competition. Him and Sam Stanton must come back, hopefully, very quick. Maybe this week he will begin training,” he added.
“He is also a creative midfielder who can score goals from the middle.
“He scored a fantastic goal against Queen of the South.”