Leeds United academy graduate Robbie Gotts is continuing to make a name for himself away from Elland Road on loan.
The versatile 21-year-old youngster, who has made three senior appearances for Leeds thus far, secured a season-long switch to Lincoln on 15 October.
To date, Gotts has made seven appearances for the Imps, having had to bide his time for minutes initially as he was kept on the bench for the October games.
He made his first appearance in the red and white stripes on 3 November, in a League One loss to Portsmouth, and has featured in each of their games since.
Gotts was in action on Tuesday night, helping Lincoln to a second consecutive league win as Wigan were beaten 2-1 at Sincil Bank.
The Leeds loanee, deployed at right-back, not only defended admirably – two tackles, two interceptions and two clearances – but also attacked well, registering two shots, one on target, plus eight crosses two key passes (Whoscored).
Needless to say, Lincoln fans are really taking to Gotts and, after last night’s win, praised his efforts on the night:
Robbie Gotts!! He is getting better and better and better.. #Imps…
— Luke Kempson (@kempson_luke) December 1, 2020
Superb tonight 👏🏻
— Jordan (@j_coey7) December 1, 2020
That ball from Gotts 👌👌👌
— Adam Butler (@AdamSButler65) December 1, 2020
Rapidly becoming one of my favourite players
— Dr Diane Simpson (@DrDianeSimpson) December 1, 2020
Great work by Gotts
— Dennis (@DennisPoker33) December 1, 2020
At one point I couldn’t see 1 goal but to then score two & be 2nd in the league on the 1st Dec 😍 Harry coming on definitely changed the game & Gotts!! Just wow. ❤️🤍 well in city
— Live 4now 4get forever (@lincslass86) December 1, 2020
Over-trying I think too …impressed today with Gotts engine and composure ..and Scully never hid despite a dodgy first hour…Hopper deserved goal for tireless workrate …just not quite got the balance of team right ..much more to come and 2nd in table
— Kev McCarthy (@PandorasBoxCC) December 1, 2020
Lincoln sit second in League One, the win secured thanks to goals from Jorge Grant and Tom Hopper which cancelled out Kai Naismith’s 52nd-minute opener.