Fresh front pair pleases Knill
Last Updated: September 19, 2012 2:50pm
Knill: Delighted with duo
Scunthorpe manager Alan Knill hailed the impact of his new-look strikeforce after his side earned a 1-1 draw at Oldham in League One.
Karl Hawley and Leon Clarke formed a dangerous partnership for the Iron - with Clarke making it three goals in three games since joining on loan from Charlton.
He scored after just three minutes at Boundary Park on Tuesday night, collecting Mark Duffy's pass and turning sharply before drilling into the far corner from 10 yards before Matt Derbyshire levelled for the Latics.
"In the end, I'm delighted with a point because we knew Oldham would put us under pressure in the second half. It's another step forward and our front two were a real handful," said Knill.
"Their movement is so good and they have made a real difference. You can't ask for more than a goal per game from Leon.
"They are looking pretty good signings - we only had a certain amount of money to spend, but we spent it wisely."