Brentford goal hero Alan Judge admits he will shoot from anywhere to hit the back of the net.
The winger bagged a stunning brace to help the Londoners to a regulation 3-1 win over Crewe and maintain their lead at the top of the table.
And he was thrilled with both strikes.
“I couldn’t tell you wish goal was better, I was happy with both,” he said.
“The first one I liked quite a lot because I couldn’t get it any further into the corner, but the second one just moved everywhere.
“I shoot from wherever I can!
“The football that we played today was great. It was a great away performance.
“We were a bit disappointed that we were only 1-0 up at half-time because they think they’re still in the game when we should have had it out of sight.
“At the end, we weren’t happy with that either, we should have had four or five!
“But it was the perfect away performance.”
It took the winger just nine minutes to open the scoring when he smashed superbly into the roof of the net from the corner of the box.
And after missing two chances to double the lead, his second goal was well worth the wait as he whipped a sensational strike past Ben Garratt and into the top corner from 25-yards.
Mark Warbuton’s side saved the best until last though as on-loan Everton midfielder Adam Forshaw arrowed a shot into the top corner from 35-yards on the hour.
Crewe pulled one back from the spot through Chuks Aneke, but it was only a consolation.
And boss Steve Davis admitted his side just couldn’t keep out the League One leaders.
He said: “We thought we might be able to contain them but unfortunately we couldn’t stop the long-range goals.”