Michael Woods said he was “really happy” to have been given the chance to remind Harrogate Town fans what he’s capable of, report the Harrogate Advertiser.
The former Leeds United and Chelsea prodigy started a game for the first time since December in the Wetherby Road outfit’s 2-1 success at Havant & Waterlooville on Saturday.
Woods netted Town’s opening goal and looked a threat throughout, playing a number of incisive passes in a display which asked real questions of the home defence.
“It was nice to be involved,” he said of what was just his third National League start since re-joining the club from Hartlepool United back in November.
“I’ve had to be patient and sit and wait for my chance, so it was just good to get it.
“I got to play in my favoured role and had licence to go and play because the gaffer was keen for us to get back to passing the ball and keeping it on the deck, and I think I did okay.
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