TOWN old boy Simon Charlton will be seeking another goal when Norwich head to Leicester tomorrow - to swell his career haul to eight!
It was seven up for the Huddersfield-born 34-year-old as Norwich beat Burnley 2-1 at Carrow Road on Wednesday to climb up to 12th in the Coca-Cola Championship.
A move into midfield because of an injury crisis has given Charlton additional chances to make his mark on the scoresheet.
Usually a full-back, he scored his first two goals in the course of 157 appearances for Town between 1989 and 1993, when he joined Southampton in a £250,000 deal.
Third-placed Leeds host Hull, 15th, in a lunchtime derby.
It's their first meeting since February 1990, when Leeds were 4-3 winners at Elland Road in the original Division II.
Leeds will be aiming to build on Wednesday's 1-0 win at Stoke while Hull beat Ipswich 2-0.
Championship leaders Reading will bolster their squad next month as they look to consolidate their nine-point lead at the top.
Loan signings Graham Stack (Arsenal) and Aaron Brown (Tamworth) will join on a permanent basis, and other players are expected to arrive as boss Steve Coppell prepares for the possibility of top-flight football.
"We've got a number of things ongoing but I don't want to talk too much until there's something more definite," said director of football Nick Hammond.
Ex-Town midfielder Tyrone Thompson faces another of his old clubs tonight, when Halifax host Scarborough in the Conference.
The Shaymen, who are fifth after a 2-2 draw with Accrington, aim to take revenge for a 2-0 defeat at Boro earlier in the season.
Seasiders boss Neil Redfearn, who lives in the Holme Valley, may play himself as he plots a positive response to the 3-1 loss at York.
Redfearn's fourth-bottom side also includes on-loan Town midfielder Lee Fowler.