Goalscorer Daniel Sturridge was delighted to help fire his Bolton side to a 3-0 victory over West Ham.
The England Under 21 striker, on loan from Chelsea, netted two fantastic left foot strikes either side of Chung-Yong Lee's header.
He produced an impressive all-round display capped by the brace which took his tally to six goals in eight games since arriving at the Reebok.
Sturridge said: "It was a great performance from the team and I was happy to score two goals - so it's been a good day.
"For my first I got a bit of space and just turned and aimed for the corner. It was a great occasion for me and the team.
"And the second goal was important because they had come back into the game.
"But I was disappointed not to get the hat trick.
"I'm always hard on myself but I won't go home feeling completely upset by it. I'm happy with my two goals."
Sturridge hopes to use his impressive Wanderers loan spell to earn a regular place in Chelsea's starting line-up next season.
He added: "I see my future at Chelsea - if I can become a regular there then that's my aim.
"I don't have any other aims. If I can achieve that then great but if not then obviously would have to assess what's going to happen.
"I'm a Chelsea player, I love playing for the club and want to become a regular."