Scott Allan has proven to Hibs fans in recent weeks that he will deliver the goods in his third spell in Leith.

The attacking midfielder scored against Arbroath in a 3-0 Hibees victory over the Litchies.

Allan has scored twice in the League Cup group stages. (photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)

His recent performances have shown that Hibs fans should believe the hype Allan brings to Easter Road.

Allan will be a key creative force and an exciting watch for Hibs fans

Allan wasted years of his career at Celtic. He played more games for Hibs when under contract at Parkhead than he did for the Hoops.

Sure he hasn’t been properly challenged in his third spell at Easter Road as of yet, but Allan is showing that a season of zero action won’t impact his performances.

Allan has impressed in recent weeks. (photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)

He sprayed the ball about the middle of the park with ease and changed the tempo of the match at his will against Arbroath. He would either drive it forward or make quick passes to get an attack going or he’d slow it down and let his side sit in possession for a period of time.

 

Not only that, but he seems to get the best out of Florian Kamberi. The Swiss striker played one of his better Hibs matches in a long time against Dick Campbell’s men.

That was largely because he had service from Allan, who provided an assist on the Swiss hitman’s goal.

Bringing out the best in Kamberi. (Photo by Callum Landells/Getty Images)

He’s back playing with a smile on his face which is great to see. A few more matches are needed for him to get up to full speed. Overall though, the early signs are promising.

Hibs fans should believe the hype Allan comes with. He’s going to be massive for them this term.

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