Tammy Abraham returned to the scoresheet after netting twice in Swansea City's 8-1 demolition of Notts County on Tuesday and the striker is delighted with the feat.
Abraham had struggled with form and a bad patch in front of goal. Prior to the FA Cup fourth-round replay clash, the Chelsea loanee had not scored in his last 14 games, but put in an impressive shift as the Swans demolished the Magpies at the Liberty Stadium.
The 20-year-old opened the scoring in the 18th minute before adding a second in first-half injury time. A brace from Nathan Dyer and strikes from Kyle Naughton, Wayne Routledge, Tom Carroll and debutant Daniel James rendered Noor Husin's 35th-minute effort a mere consolation.
And the former Bristol City who also provided the assists for Routledge [first goal] and James' goals has taken to Twitter celebrate the win and his feat.
"Well done boys on the win Swansea City. Two goals and two assists... back with the goals," Abraham tweeted.
"Thank you for the support tonight."