EUROPEAN Cup winner Joey Jones loved his two years at Leeds Road.
The Wrexham and Wales legend - who played in the top flight with Liverpool and Chelsea - was an instant hit after signing for Mick Buxton in 1985.
His Town career began and ended against Millwall, and it's that last match which sticks in his mind for two special reasons.
"We knew we had to win the game to stay up, which meant there was a lot at stake, and we not only did that 3-0, but I scored my only ever goal at Leeds Road," said Jones, who is still on the coaching staff at his beloved Racecourse Ground.
"It was great to score on such an important occasion and I can still remember running down the pitch, celebrating with the lads.
"I really did enjoy my time at Leeds Road and I never wanted to leave.
"In fact, it was the only club I ever offered to move house for from Wrexham.
"Unfortunately, some of the board didn't take kindly to me speaking out when Mick Buxton was sacked and they made it pretty clear they thought I should move on.
"I still look back on those two seasons very fondly, though, and, like Wrexham, it was a very friendly club where the staff were great."
Jones - who is writing a book about his career - recalls David Cork scoring the other two goals in his final match and the scenes of celebration and relief which greeted the win.
"I used to meet up with Malcolm Brown, David Burke, Brian Stanton and Steve Doyle in Manchester and we would travel in together every day," said Jones.
"We were a close bunch, and it was easy to get close to people at the club.
"Brian and Jean Leeming in the laundry and Nellie Thompson, who used to do the kit, were smashing and I saw a lot of Dave Robb and his family and still speak to them from time to time.
"Looking back, I can't emphasise how much I enjoyed my time at Town and it would have been nice if it could have gone on longer.
"But at least I played my part in keeping the club up in that 1986-87 season after coming back from injury, and it was great to score."