Paul Coutts hasn't been known for his goalscoring prowess since joining Sheffield United
The Scottish midfielder scored four times last season and none the season before that so he's certainly been due one.
And when it arrived against Reading, it wasn't bad.
Coutts' first time strike into the top corner at the Kop end put Sheffield United 1-0 up against Reading and Billy Sharp would go on to double the advantage sfter some superb build-up play.
The Royals pulled one back but United prevailed and are sitting third in the Championship - on goal difference - two points off leaders Wolves.
"It was very satisfying," said boss Chris Wilder. "We overcame stubborn opposition, especially at the end, but I thought we were full value for our result.
"The first half performance was up there with one of the best that we've produced all season."