Swindon youngster Miles Storey has described his two-goal haul against Aston Villa in the Capital One Cup as a 'dream come true'.
The 18-year-old opened his account for the Robins on Saturday at Stevenage in only his fourth appearance before coming off the bench to drag his side level against Paul Lambert's men with a quickfire double.
Villa would go on to earn a place in the quarter-finals thanks to Christian Benteke's 90th-minute winner, but Storey was left contemplating a unbelievable four days.
"It's brilliant. Even scoring goals on FIFA with myself is pretty good but to do it in real life, I can't really explain it," he told the Swindon Advertiser.
"I hadn't come down from Saturday to be honest and in the next couple of days it will settle in. I thought after Saturday things couldn't get much better but that felt even better. I used to watch Aston Villa with my schoolmates in the Europa League so to play against them and get two was a dream come true.
"I'm not going to go around the big 'I am'. I'm still nowhere near a complete footballer yet. I'm nowhere near. I need to improve."