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Gillingham manager Martin Allen hailed the impact of substitute Myles Weston against Fleetwood on Saturday.
The forward, pictured, came off the bench and scored a second-half equaliser as Gills stayed five points clear at the top of League 2 with a 2-2.
Allen said: "Weston has been a fantastic signing and perhaps it has been a bit harsh on him that he has not played more games recently but I am delighted for him.
"Every Gillingham supporter loves Myles Weston. I love it when I see his teeth. When I see his teeth, I know he is on fire, that lovely big grin.
"He doesn’t feel pressure, he gets excited, he is a match-winner and has got talent. It is certainly something we have got to look at, when we play at home, to maybe get him in the XI."
Weston has played 22 games this season but in half of those, he has come off the bench. His goal on Saturday was his sixth so far.
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