Queens Park Rangers fans know only too well what Loic Remy can do in front of goal.
The Frenchman scored six goals in 16 appearances for the Hoops during five months in west London, before joining Newcastle United on loan following their relegation to the Championship.
Since leaving Rangers at the start of the 2014/15 campaign, Remy has struggled for form, fitness and game time, playing just 54 games in three seasons.
His most recent spell in England was a total disaster, spending a year on loan with Crystal Palace, playing just eight times, with only three of those being starts.
However, he appears to have got over his injury hell, and is loving his new life in La Liga with Las Palmas.
The 30-year-old joined the Spanish outfit on a free from Chelsea and he has started his life on the continent on fire. In fact, things could not really have been any better.
Remy came off the bench for the last 26 minutes against Malaga, a scored the final goal in a 3-1 win.
Then, tonight, he arrived from the bench with 26 minutes to go once again and scored the only goal of the game in the win over Athletic Bilbao.
He has scored two goals, from two shots on goal - 100 per cent shooting accuracy. Not only that, but he also has 100 per cent passing accuracy too - some start!