Joe Hart certainly isn’t viewed in the same way he was for much of his time at Manchester City.
After being given the boot upon the arrival of Pep Guardiola, the England international deserves credit for working towards earning his trust.
Loan spells at Torino and now West Ham have done little to help Hart force his way into contention at the Etihad, though.
In fact, his situation appears to be only getting worse considering he now plays second fiddle to Adrian under David Moyes at the east London club.
With Ederson and Claudio Bravo to contend with back at his parent club, Hart must be running out of reasons to keep fighting for his place.
For some players over 30-years-old, these kind of circumstances trigger a slow decline. But in the case of Hart, his career could be set to reach even greater heights than those achieved as a two-time Premier League winner with City.