Piteu Crouz may not have made the grade at Leeds United but he is hoping making a name for himself in non-league football.
The 20-year-old Cameroon talent was released from Leeds' academy in 2016, and last night had the best game of his career so far.
He is currently playing for non-league side Tadcaster Albion and managed to net five goals last night in a 13-0 victory for their under-21 side.
Crouz's five goals came in a victory over Campion under-21s, a reminder of the talent which saw him get a scholarship deal at Leeds.
Crouz played against Leeds' under-23 side in the pre-season for Tadcaster and scored against them in a 1-1 draw.
After leaving Leeds in 2016 Crouz went to play football in Slovakia but returned to England in March to sign with Evo-Stik North side Tadcaster Albion.
He has a long way to go to climb back up the football ladder, but a few more nights like yesterday's five goal blitz could seriously help his cause.