Robert Snodgrass sent a message to Leeds United to celebrate its 100th birthday – and some of the club’s supporters on Twitter responded by stating they would love to see him return to Elland Road.
The Yorkshire giants marked 100 years as a club on Thursday and received plenty of messages from ex-players.
Snodgrass, 32, spent four seasons playing for the Whites and they were his way into English football.
The Scottish winger has gone on to play for Norwich City, Hull City, Aston Villa and current club West Ham.
He played scored 41 goals and supplied 40 assists in 187 games for Leeds, as well as earning a promotion from League One.
The right-winger is currently in the Premier League with West Ham, but finds himself on the fringes of the squad and has just three starts in his six appearances across all competitions for them.
A selection of Leeds fans on social media have claimed they would love to see Snodgrass make a comeback.
The attacker was a major fan favourite and would surely be a great addition for Marcelo Bielsa’s side in the Championship, but it’s no more than wishful thinking from supporters right now.
He has just announced his retirement from international football and should still have plenty of years left at club level.
Here are some Whites fans responding to Snodgrass:
Come home Snoddy
— Jonathan Aldcroft (@jonny_aldcroft) October 17, 2019
Bring him home 😍
— James Gibson 💙💛 (@JamesGibbo11) October 17, 2019
@lylewhu crying now just want him back
— Liam LUFC Bestwick (@bezzer98) October 17, 2019
Would love to see him back top player.
— Andy Pantling (@AndyPantling) October 17, 2019
Fancy coming back pal and playing in number 10 roll behind striker 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
— Robert James (@Robertkas86) October 17, 2019
Top player for us wish we had his crosses now #alaw 💛💙💛
— jason dennison (@jasondennleeds) October 17, 2019
Loan him in January- quality player.
— andy j gallagher (@andyjgallagher) October 17, 2019
What we’d do for a winger like @robsnodgrass7 now, different class at this level and league 1, proper winger! That day at Burnley was a top top day!
— Conor Stalbow (@cstalbow) October 17, 2019