Everton striker Louis Saha was delighted to end his scoring drought with a crucial goal in Sunday's 3-1 win over Fulham.
The former Cottagers marksman's last Premier League strike was coincidentally against the same opposition in March of last season.
The French forward had gone five league games this term without finding the back of the net, a run that ended at Craven Cottage.
Soon after Bobby Zamora squandered a golden chance to win it for Fulham at the other end Saha clinched the points for the visitors with a well-taken finish.
The 33-year-old admits it was a relief to be back among the goals and he now intends to be indulging in social media once again.
"I'm still on Twitter," said Saha. "Now I've scored a goal I'll be back on there again.
"Sometimes you are sad because many things can upset you. But I'm happy right now.
"It's always special to score against your old team.
"The last goal I scored was against Fulham as well and it was a long time ago, so, yes, it was a relief to score."