Hearts midfielder Olly Lee started his Gillingham loan stint with a bang at the weekend, netting two for the Gills in a 5-0 win.
Playing against a youthful Bolton side, the midfielder managed to get amongst the goals on his first start for Steve Evans’ side.
Lee recently made the loan switch to the Priestfield Stadium from Hearts. He will be a Jambo again come January, as it’s only a temporary stay.
Nonetheless, it was an impressive start for him.
Hearts’ Lee scored two decent goals for Gillingham
Having netted six times and notching 12 assists last year, you can’t question Lee’s end product. He is a creative midfielder with a good eye for a killer pass or strike.
His first goal for the Gills came from about 12 yards out. He managed to get on the end of a header across the box, guiding his shot into the bottom corner.
Lee’s next goal came in similar fashion. A ball across the box was met by the Jambos loanee at the back post, who made no mistake with his finish.
He might have been playing against inferior opposition, but Lee still managed to take his goals very well. He’ll hope it’s a sign of things to come in a blue shirt.
It’s a decent start for the 28-year-old, with those at Tynecastle no doubt keeping an eye on his progress down south.