Speaking to the Bolton Evening News, Bolton Wanderers striker Max Clayton has promised that his opening goal for the club against Wigan Athletic is just the first of many to come.
The 20 year old former Crewe Alexandra striker said:
"The last few months have been a rollercoaster for me but it's been worth it in the end," he said. "I'm here now and we're doing well as a team.
"To play in the Championship, whether it's starting or coming off the bench, is massive for me.
"To score a goal on my first start, it's hard to find the words, it's unbelievable. It's the best feeling ever. I can't wait to go again."
With performances such as the one given on Friday night it certainly appears that former Bolton boss Dougie Freedman has unearthed a gem in Clayton and I cannot wait to see how he progresses and develops under Neil Lennon.