Blackburn winger Morten Gamst Pedersen has voiced his relief after ending his Premier League goal drought.
Pedersen netted in the 90th minute of Rovers' 4-1 victory over Bolton on Sunday for his first league goal since last February.
The Norway international had made a name for himself as a goalscoring midfielder until his barren run and he hopes his latest effort will set him up for the rest of the season.
"It was a good feeling because it's been a while since I last scored in the league," Pedersen told the Lancashire Telegraph.
"I've scored a couple in the cups, and a few for my national team, but in the league it has been a while, and it's always good to score, especially when we managed to put in a good performance as a team as well.
"I've hit almost everything; the crossbar; the post; people.
"But today I hit the target and it's a good feeling. Hopefully, I can get a few more now."
Manager Mark Hughes was also delighted for Pedersen after keeping faith with him all season, and is confident the 26-year-old will now go from strength to strength.
"It was an important goal for Morten," said Hughes.
"Obviously, confidence wise, he has been a little bit low but he took his goal really well, and I thought in the first half he caused them a real problem with his power in the air, and his ability to produce balls from wide areas.
"So it was a good performance by him, and I'm sure he will benefit from that."