Mauro Boselli is pleased to have finally shown the Wigan fans what he can do and given a reminder that he will fight for his chance.
Boselli scored two goals in Wigan's 4-1 Capital One Cup win at West Ham on Tuesday night - the second of which was a delightful chip that highlighted the quality he has rarely shown in England.
The 27-year-old signed for the Latics in a £6.5million deal from Estudiantes in the summer of 2010 but endured a difficult first campaign and was loaned out to Genoa.
The Argentina international then spent last season on loan back at Estudiantes but has now returned to the DW Stadium and is hoping to belatedly kickstart his Premier League career.
"It is always important for a striker to score goals and I am very happy to have scored twice in the game," Boselli told the club's official website after the game.
"The service for both goals was very good so I am very grateful for that.
"The opportunity tonight was a great chance to show how willing to fight the players who haven't played much are.
"I am very happy that we got the victory and the most important thing is that the team played very well against a good team away from home."