Barnsley's FA Cup hero Luke Steele is hoping his performance against Liverpool can help kick-start his career.
Steele joined The Tykes on an emergency loan from West Brom just 48 hours before he played at Anfield on Saturday
The former Manchester United starlet turned in a tremendous display as he helped Barnsley to a stunning cup shock as they won 2-1.
"Ever since I left United, I've had a bit of bad luck - and this opportunity has come along and hopefully I have taken it and I can get my career back on track," the 23-year-old told Sky Sports News.
"This is definitely the best game of my career. I have only had about 45 first-team games so far."
Steele admits the match was not easy but he enjoyed the 90 minutes.
"They did put a lot of pressure on and I thought if we kept it to 1-0 with five minutes to go, I fancied myself maybe up for a corner and try and get a goal myself but obviously the lads had other plans," he said.
"Every time they attacked they looked dangerous so it was great when the whistle went."
Barnsley are now waiting to see who they will get in the quarter-final draw and Steele hopes they avoid one of the big clubs left in.
"Everyone says you want Man U or Chelsea," he said.
"But I want one of the smaller teams, they are all going to be tough games as they are up for it and as you can see from Saturday, anything can happen on the day."
Barnsley could draw West Brom, but Steele does not know if he would be eligible to face his parent club if that scenario happened.
"I am not sure, I haven't spoken with West Brom about it and I don't know whether they put something in the contract. Obviously I would hope they didn't, so yes it would be an interesting one if that happened," he added.