Bournemouth's Callum Wilson was glad to get on the scoresheet in the win over Hull City but says the result was the main thing.
The Cherries thrashed the Tigers 6-1 and picked up their biggest ever win in the Premier League but Wilson had to wait until late on to get his name on the scoresheet.
The striker, who is almost back to where he was last season pre-injury, was delighted to find the back of the net but says the result was all that mattered.
He said: "From the kick-off I was hungry to score - the same as I am every week, When the team has got four goals and you're not amongst it yet, you are trying that bit more to put the icing on the cake for yourself.
"But the main thing was the team performance. When you're four goals up, you're delighted with your team-mates and with how we've played and we would have taken 4-1. But, thankfully, I managed to get myself on the scoresheet."