That 92nd minute winner against Northampton in August 2017 kick-started the highest placed finish the club has achieved for many years.
His ratio of 4 sub appearances for every 1 start combined with his 1:15 goal to game ratio was as much a source of amusement for fans as frustration and, in a strange way, ensured he won't be forgotten. Did we ever lose a winning position when LJL came on for the final minutes? It always seemed to be the sign that we were making the win safe and we knew he'd do the job.
Gutted he lost his marker for Rotherham’s second goal in the play off final 😭 But will always remember singing ‘his name is a shop’ after his 90th minute winner against Northampton which seemed to kick start one of the most enjoyable seasons in recent history.