Robert Snodgrass was back at Leeds United last night when his former sides clashed.
Leeds United supporters were able to welcome back Jonny Howson to Elland Road when they took on Norwich City last night, but he was not the only one of their former stars who was in the stadium.
Robert Snodgrass was sat in amongst the Leeds fans in the West Stand as he watched two of his former clubs compete against each other.
Snodgrass represented both Leeds and Norwich earlier in his career and he was obviously keen to watch two of his old sides go head to head.
In the match he saw Howson, his former teammate, score Norwich's first goal before Graham Dorrans rounded off a 2-0 win for the Canaries.
It was a reminder of the quality that Leeds once had in their ranks and they will be hoping to add players of a similar level to Howson and Snodgrass this summer.
Neil Redfearn has already told the Yorkshire Evening Post of the importance of adding class to his team and they saw an example of the standard they need to get to if they are to finally get back to the Premier League last night.
Norwich's squad is packed with quality and it shone through, with Snodgrass, who is currently at Hull City, sure to have been impressed by Alex Neil's side.