Reading striker taunted Leeds last season before their season tailed off.
The moment the wheels fell off for Leeds United last season can be pinpointed at their loss to Reading at the Madejski Stadium.
Yann Kermorgant scored the winner for Jaap Stam's side, days after he had taunted Garry Monk's Leeds that they were one dimensional.
Kermorgant criticised Leeds for being too reliant on striker Chris Wood, who netted 27 league goals for the club.
Whites fans were angry with his comments, but the reality was that it was true, and that's why it hurt.
Even with their season on the line, Leeds could not prove Kermorgant wrong, and no player other than Wood reached double figures and the team missed the play-offs.
The same criticism cannot be levelled at Thomas Christiansen's table topping Leeds.
The club sold Chris Wood and have spread the goals around so far this season.
Pierre-Michel Lasogga, Samu Saiz, Ezgjan Alioski and Kemar Roofe all look to be serious goal threats, while new signings Caleb Ekuban, Jay-Roy Grot and Pawel Cibicki have barely got started.
It is very possible Leeds end the season with three or four players in double figures, and the multitude of attacking options makes them more unpredictable for opponents.
When it comes to crunch time at the end of the season, this could make all the difference.