Jennings is our fourth highest goalscorer of all-time.
Signed by manager Arthur Fairclough from Raith Rovers, Jennings might have scored even more if he had not suffered with attacks of blood poisoning.
In those seasons Fairclough’s successor, Dick Ray, could replace him with Charlie Keetley — but Jennings was even more prolific than him.
After scoring 26 as an ever-present in the 1925/26 league season, he missed one game the following campaign but scored nine more — his total of 35 including a run of seven consecutive games on the score sheet that began with matches when he bagged a hat trick, four and four.
Despite all that, Leeds were relegated that season. Probably the best Scottish striker never to play for his country.
Strange but true: With Raith Rovers he was shipwrecked on a team voyage to the Canary Islands.