Matt Smith, a former striker of Leeds United, is surpassing his document he set on the Championship giants ten years in the past whereas having one of the best season of his profession at Salford Metropolis.
Smith scored his thirteenth aim of 2023–24, and his 14th aim general, in opposition to Mansfield City on Saturday in League Two with a signature highly effective header.
“We all know, and we’ve stated all of it alongside, if we are able to present the correct crosses, present the correct alternatives for him, then he’ll rating objectives,” Salford coach Neil Wooden stated after Doncaster Rovers recreation.
“It’s necessary he’s in the correct place within the field to (take these alternatives). And he did that tonight.”
The 34-year-old himself views Leeds tenure pretty much as good expertise regardless of leaving in uncommon circumstances.
“I at all times look again on my time at Leeds fondly,” Smith informed The Mirror.
“I used to be in all probability there throughout one of many membership’s most unstable intervals in current historical past. So it felt like I used to be there lots longer than the total season that it was as a result of a lot was occurring. I left in type of uncommon circumstances. There’s much more tales than only a season’s price!”