Noel Hunt was back at Leeds days after being loaned out to catch up with old pals.
Boys been down to have a look at the ice pic.twitter.com/WFqeef4fOB— Leeds Sports Centre (@LSSportsCentre) November 30, 2014
Just a day after scoring his first goal in more than two years, Noel Hunt revisited the city where it all went wrong.
The Irishman signed for Leeds two summers ago after leaving Reading, but his spell turned out to be a real disaster - with the striker failing to score even once.
He clinched a one month loan move to Ipswich Town on Thursday, and became an instant hero for his new side - scoring a late winner against Charlton Athletic after coming on as a substitute.
Hunt was back in Leeds a day later on Sunday visiting a new ice rink in the city opened up for the festive season.
He was not alone, catching up with teammates including Adryan and captain Jason Pearce, with the Brazilian taking a light-hearted pop at his skipper for not getting on the ice - but given the potential for injury, it was probably a wise move.
Hunt's Ipswich take on Leeds next, but as per terms of his loan deal he is ineligible to play.