Fit-again frontman James Vaughan fired a hat trick as Huddersfield Town beat Doncaster 3-1 in their behind-closed doors game in Portugal.
Last season’s 12-goal top scorer missed the last eight matches of the Championship campaign because of a knee injury which needed surgery.
The 26-year-old has been in the USA for rehabilitation work after the operation to remove a cyst.
And his goal glut on the Algarve will be welcome news for manager Mark Robins and supporters alike.
Town were 3-1 winners over Cypriots AEL Limassol in a private game at PPG Canalside on Saturday.
Nahki Wells, Ollie Norwood and Martin Paterson scored in that clash.
The match against Doncaster, relegated to League I last term, took place at Vilamoura and was played in three 30-minute periods.
Rovers led through former Leicester midfielder Ritchie Wellens before Vaughan took centre stage.
Town, who flew to Portugal on Sunday, will now continue their training camp.
They have a public match against SC Portimonense in Albufeira on Saturday evening (6.00).
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