Former Leeds United striker Luciano Becchio clearly still has an affinity for the club if his latest Instagram story upload is anything to go by.
The Whites legend reacted to a throwback clip of Leeds fans chanting his name with a hashtag #AlwaysLeeds and a love heart emoji – with it evidently clear that he still thinks about his time at Elland Road fondly.
The Argentinian forward spent five years at Leeds from 2008 to 2013, and was a fundamental cog in the Whites setup back then.
Becchio scored over 80 goals in just over 200 appearances for Yorkshire club during his time there, before sealing a switch to Norwich City in 2013.
The attacker played a key role in helping the Whites achieve promotion from League One in 2010, forming a formidable partnership with fellow striker Jermaine Beckford.
The 36-year-old has now retired from professional football and is currently the assistant manager of Segunda Division B Group 3 side CD Atletico Balereas.