Leeds United midfielder Robert Snodgrass felt it was about time he chipped in with a goal after scoring the equaliser against Cardiff City.
Snodgrass scored for the second time this season when he was on hand to poke home after Tom Lees had headed towards goal.
The Scotland international admitted he has been getting some stick for his lack of goals by his team mates and it was about time he chipped in with a few. Speaking on Sky Sports, Snodgrass said, “It`s about time I chipped in with a few goals.
“Some of the lads have given me stick about not getting on the score sheet.”
Snodgrass also felt they deserved at least a point after what he called a terrific second half performance and he believes that the side is the best in the division going forward. “I thought the lads were terrific second half.
“Going forward we are probably the best in the league,” he continued.
The midfielder is having an opposite to last season, when he netted seven times during the season, all away from home.
His two goals this season have come at Elland Road. As well as today, he scored a terrific free kick against Hull City early in the season.
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