Defender Johnny Mullins would have preferred to keep a clean sheet rather than score two goals in Rotherham's win at Hereford.
Mullins opened the scoring at Edgar Street and, after the Millers had squandered a two-goal lead, popped up with the decisive winner in the second half.
"I would have preferred to be a matchwinner with a clean sheet but I will take the two goals," he said after the game.
"Defenders are paid to keep clean sheets, but I won't moan, every dog has his day so I am pleased and will enjoy it.
"The second one was up there with the best!
"I thought at 2-0 we were comfortable but two lapses in concentration and they have got the goals back, but in the second half I thought we were solid."