Former Millwall striker is the top goalscorers in League Two”

Isaac Olaofe, a native of Lewisham, has had a fantastic season with Stockport County, placing him among League Two’s leading goal scorers.

According to Edmund Brack, the former Millwall attacker is tied for second in the division in terms of scoring.

Only Will Evans of Newport and Jake Young of Swindon have scored nine goals apiece more than Olaofe’s eight in 12 games.

In January 2023, Olaofe departed Millwall to become a member of the Hatters, with buy-back and sell-on clauses included in the agreement with the South London team.

During his time at The Den, the 23-year-old had loan stints at Sutton United and St Johnstone in addition to making just three appearances for Millwall’s senior team.

In his last four League Two games, Olaofe has scored goals. Against Wrexham, he recorded a hat-trick, and he also scores in thematches up against Doncaster, Forest Green, and Accrington Stanley.

One point ahead of Notts County and three points within the play-off berths, Stockport is positioned second in the League Two standings.

The winning goal in Stockport’s 1-0 victory over Doncaster last weekend came from Olaofe in the 83rd minute. With ease, he is exceeding his 4.2 xG (anticipated goals).

After scoring his maiden EFL hat-trick in the 5-0 victory over Wrexham, Olaofe said on Stockport’s YouTube channel, “I should always be playing with a smile on my face because I’m doing my hobby.” “There is no greater feeling in the world than winning a game and scoring a goal. to assist my squad in scoring three goals and winning the match byFive is more delightful and even excellent.

“He took himself out of his comfort zone when he came from down south to up here, to a team that was strong in terms of its squad – he backed himself,” Stockport manager Dave Challinor said.

He’s a very decent young man. He is still a young child with a promising future.

“He has to work on certain areas of his game, but his raw skills are what opponents detest.” He is strong, quick, and unafraid to try anything. That will help him climb the pyramid quite a bit on its own.

“We want to keep trying to help him get healthier. However, if he scores a hat-trick, it will greatly boost his confidence.

Stockport is located in Harrogate.

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