Former Leeds United striker Noel Hunt has taken to social networking site Twitter to express his delight at helping Southend United to victory in League One on Saturday afternoon.
Southend registered their first league victory of the season, as they got the better of Peterborough United 2-1 at home.
Adam Barrett put the Shrimpers in the lead at Roots Hall just past the half-hour mark when he found the target from close range.
Former Leeds man Hunt made it 2-0 to Southend on 70 minutes when he headed home Ben Coker's free kick.
Marcus Maddison pulled one back for Peterborough late on, but it was too little too late for the visitors.
Hunt was overjoyed to have scored for Southend and help them to victory, making the following posts on Twitter:
Happy to get another goal 2day, delighted with the win but disappointed not to have a couple of more goals!! 3points it's the main thing tho— Noel Hunt (@boyhunt) September 5, 2015
First home win is a big thing and it's all coming together,we need to keep striving to get better and work needs to start 4 the next 3pts!— Noel Hunt (@boyhunt) September 5, 2015
Hunt may be playing in League One at the moment, but he is still keeping a close eye on the happenings in the Championship.
Leeds are 10th in the Championship at the moment with seven points from five matches.