Lee Chapman was signed by Howard Wilkinson — who had managed him at Sheffield Wednesday — midway through the 1989/90 season for £400,000 from Nottingham Forest.

There were plenty of doubters as Leeds were his eighth club in eight years, but Chapman quickly established himself, scoring 12 goals in his first (half) season as Leeds were promoted.

He went on to be the club’s top scorer in every full season he spent at the club.

He did return to Elland Road for a short loan spell in January 1996, playing against West Ham and Liverpool, but it was not a happy homecoming as, goal-less alongside Mark Hateley, he was sent off against the Hammers.