THE victim of drink-driver Terry Yorath wants to see him behind bars.
Raziya Aslam, 27, suffered a broken pelvis after Yorath knocked her over in his Jaguar X-type in June.
Now, she wants the Huddersfield Town coach to be jailed.
Yorath appeared in court on Tuesday and admitted being more than three times over the legal alcohol limit when his car knocked down Miss Aslam.
The former Leeds United player and Wales' coach, who works with manager Peter Jackson at Town, pleaded guilty to drink-driving and driving without due care and attention at Leeds Magistrates' Court.
He will be sentenced later this month- ironically on the day his current club meet his former club, Leeds, in the Carling Cup at the Elland Road ground.
The prosecution followed an incident approaching a roundabout on the A61 Harrogate Road at Moor Allerton, Leeds.
Miss Aslam, 27, of Chapel Allerton, Leeds, said she was lucky not to be killed.
She added: "I think drink-drivers like him should go to prison. It's disgraceful.
"He was driving really fast and I only just saw him coming. The next thing I knew was that the car was coming at me. He shouldn't be allowed to drive again," said Miss Aslam.
"I can't remember too much about being hit because I lost consciousness. But when I came round I was lying on the pavement in incredible pain.
"Now I know more about what happened I guess I'm lucky he did not kill me."
Miss Aslam was taken to St James's Hospital in Leeds, where she was detained for over a week.
She will be off work for at least eight weeks and at the moment cannot walk without crutches.
She added: "I did not know who Terry Yorath was before the accident as I'm not into football.
"But he hasn't made any attempt to contact me to apologise. I
would have thought that was the least he would have done."
The court was told that Yorath, who recently split from his wife, Christine, clipped the kerb with his car and mounted the central reservation, hitting Miss Aslam.
Yorath said he had been to a golf club and was persuaded to have a meal with friends. He had no idea how much he had drunk.