Grimsby Town midfielder Harry Clifton is targeting more goal involvement, after scoring his first senior goal for the club.
The Town youth academy graduate scored his first goal for the Mariners as Michael Jolley's side beat Tranmere Rovers 5-2 at Blundell Park on Tuesday.
And the 20-year-old is now hoping to contribute to more goals for the Mariners.
Speaking exclusively on iFollow Mariners, he said: "It means everything! I've been waiting for that for a while. My appearances were racking up, but I needed to add to my goals and assists.
"But I'm just delighted that I've scored a goal, and it's contributed to us getting the win.
"I can't believe it was a header as well - that's not how I was expecting it, but obviously I'll take it and hopefully there's a lot more to come now.
"It's got to be up there, especially with a big win like that at Grimsby Town.
"Obviously it's a milestone, but I just want more now - I want to get more goals and assists, and more wins like that.
"I was thinking that if I could get that first one, then hopefully more would open up.
"But we'll see, and we've just got to go again, and we're looking forward to Chesterfield in the FA Cup on Sunday now."