Liverpool's upturn in domestic form since late 2012 has coincided with a return to the first team on a regular basis for midfielder Jordan Henderson, but the midfielder has still yet to win over a significant portion of fans.
Not that the Reds' revival is all down to him, of course, in much the same way that defeats or unexpected draws are not alone down to his presence in the team over someone else.
Even so, Henderson has shown enough over the past three months to suggest he still has more to offer Liverpool, and that he can continue to make himself an integral part of the first team squad going forward.
So why does the former Sunderland man remain underappreciated by some supporters, as well as those in the media?
Does his own manager still fall in the same category as well?
Here are some of the reasons examined why Henderson should be valued a little higher by some than he seems to be, and why there continues to be an air of disappointment surrounding him when some discuss his Liverpool career.