Kidderminster Harriers boss John Eustace has praised young striker Andre Brown after the hit man reached double figures for the season with his goal at Chorley on Saturday.
The strike was somewhat bittersweet for the player himself, having come in the 2-1 defeat against the Magpies.
But after the former Crewe prodigy had registered for the tenth time this term – having made just a dozen starts for the team – his manager was understandably pleased for him.
It marks a significant milestone for the player who signed as a teenager at Aggborough in the summer, with very little first team experience under his belt.
“Andre has only just turned twenty,” said the boss.
“To be a lone striker against an experienced back three like he was against Chorley, and how he has been all season, is tremendous.
“He is an asset to the club and is only going to get better.
“For someone of that age to come in and do as well as he has been doing is fantastic.”