Mateusz Klich expressed his delight after leading Leeds United to victory over local rivals Rotherham United.
The Polish international grabbed a brace as the Peacocks stayed atop of the Championship table, three points ahead of the chasing Norwich City
The Leeds playmaker said he was happy to put away the chances in a come-from-behind 2-1 win over their West Yorkshire rivals:
“I’m very happy. It was a great ball from Pablo [Hernandez] for the first goal, the first touch wasn’t good but I used the mistake from the opponent and put the ball in the net.’’ Klich told Leeds official website.
“With the second, I had the same chance at Villa but didn’t score, so I had to today.
“Every win is important, especially away at a tough place to come, and a different game than we’re used to. We sometimes have problems against a team with an aerial game and that’s their main force.
“We didn’t play great first half but it matters how you end the game.”