Swindon Town forward Louie Barry reflected on what was a brilliant day at the office away at Carlisle United in the EFL Sky Bet League Two earlier today.
It was a dominant performance from the Reds at Brunton Park with goals from Harry McKirdy, Josh Davison and Barry sealing a big three points.
And, in the wake of scoring his first goal for the club with a well-taken finish in the second-half, Barry spoke to the local media and gave his thoughts on the game.
"We're really satisfied," Barry said.
"It is the second 3-0 win on the bounce and we all dug deep at the end when we had a little bit of pressure on us to keep a clean sheet.
"We killed the game off.
"We had one goal in the first-half but we said at half-time if we get the second one it would kill the game, so when we got the second we just eased into it and we didn't take our foot off the gas.
"It was a good team performance.
"I spoke with the Gaffer and finishing from crosses is something I knew I had to improve on and being in the right position, because the way we attack you will get six or seven of them a season.
"I'm glad I scored like that today to get my confidence up with my first league goal and I'm really happy with it.
"Hopefully there's many more to come.
"We're on a run now and getting the goal, from a selfish point of view, gives me the confidence to try and stay in the team and solidify my place in the team.
"Hopefully I get many more goals this season and hopefully the team gets many more goals this season."