West Bromwich Albion striker Ishmael Miller insists he was never fazed by being on the receiving end of booing from supporters.
The former Manchester City striker had come in for criticism after struggling to find the back of the net during the opening stages of the new Premier League season.
However, Miller - who netted 16 times last campaign - made it two goals in as many games last weekend as the Baggies picked up a point against Blackburn Rovers.
Miller said in the Daily Star: "Hopefully I am on a bit of a roll now where I could go on to get five or six on the trot.
"I'm still only young and so the more I play, the more experience I'm going to get.
"I knew they would go in eventually and the booing never bothered me."
Meanwhile, West Brom manager Tony Mowbray has confirmed injured duo Leon Barnett and Abdoulaye Meite will not be available for the forthcoming trip to Liverpool.
He added in the Daily Mirror: "Neither player will be ready for Saturday."