Everton striker Victor Anichebe admits he cannot stop scoring against West Brom after bagging a goal on his comeback from injury back in January and doing so again, as a substitute, in the 2-0 home win on Saturday.
The Toffees took the lead in the 18th minute when Leon Osman's shot from distance hit Gareth McAuley on its way into the net.
And midway through the second half, the hosts doubled the lead when the Nigerian struck a wonderful shot from the edge of the area for his first goal at Goodison Park since August 2007, to seal the points.
And he told Sky Sports: "Yeah, I also scored my first goal against Everton against them as well. I don't know, it's just something about this team that I seemed to get a goal against.
"But, I'm not really that bothered. The fact that the team got the three points was the main thing."
The 23-year-old, who suffered a groin injury last year, has struggled to hold down a place in the Everton starting XI this season, although he is making more of an impact from the bench.
He said: "Yeah, I've had a few problems but I think that's my ninth or tenth game this season which is not great, but hopefully I can get a few more games before the end of the season.
"I feel we (Everton) need to start doing well from the start of the season now and who knows where that will get us by the end."