The hardman midfielder also had a volley on him, as this strike v Hull City proves.
Former Leeds United midfielder Vinnie Jones has had his say on the best goals of his career when talking to Sky Sports' Soccer AM programme.
The former footballer turned actor played for Leeds for one season back in 1989-90 before he was replaced by emerging stars David Batty and Gary Speed, leaving for Sheffield United.
But he still loves the club and played in Lucas Radebe's Elland Road testimonial back in 2006.
He revealed to Tubes that he has two favourite goals in memory, one of which was for Leeds United in a Yorkshire derby with Hull City.
"I scored one or two, yeah. At Chelsea, I scored a great volley against Bruce Grobbelaar in front of the Kop - that was a great moment for me. Scored a great one for Leeds against Hull - about a 35-yarder."
Jones of course had a reputation for being something of a midfield hatchet man, but he also possessed a great strike when he needed it and an eye for a pass that is often forgotten nowadays.
He is certainly the type of player Leeds would relish alongside Alex Mowatt and Lewis Cook in their midfield this season.
But here is the goal (at 1.05) he is talking about, in a stunning 4-3 victory against Hull back in the 1989/90 season.