Middlesbrough new boy Tarmo Kink has expressed his delighted with his match-winning brace against Burnley on Tuesday.
It had looked bleak for Boro when Andre Bikey opened the scoring at The Riverside, but the Estonian came to the rescue.
He scored two long-range efforts, the last with virtually the last kick of the game to secure a much-needed 2-1 success.
Kink was pleased with his contribution off the bench, stating his stunning free-kick was something special.
"It is not every day I score a goal like that, so I am very happy, but the most important thing was the team won and we have a positive atmosphere in the dressing room," he told the club's official website.
"I am very happy for the team. Everybody can see it hasn't been a perfect five games and we really needed this win, so of course everybody was happy that we scored this very late goal in the 94th minute.
"For every player, it is important to score, especially when you are an attacking player. It doesn't matter whether you score at home or away, but it is a perfect feeling to score with your home fans watching you."