Steve Sidwell has playfully reminded Albion fans of his Bonfire Night belter.

The former midfielder took to Twitter on the second anniversary of his wonder strike against Bristol City at Ashton Gate.

Sidwell struck from 50 yards, then dedicated the goal with the rest of his team-mates to Anthony Knockaert following the death of the French winger's father.

Sidwell later described the goal as the best of the 63 in his career, which was ended by injury in the summer after more than 500 appearances for nine clubs, including Arsenal, Chelsea and Fulham.

The 35-year-old is now part of Albion's academy coaching staff.

The Bristol City team beaten 2-0 by a Seagulls side en route to promotion included midfielder Bobby Reid, who will be a key player against them for Cardiff on Saturday.