Harry White was happy to take his goal tally to two in three games for Kidderminster Harriers after netting against Macclesfield Town on Saturday.
An opportunist first-time strike gave Harriers a 2-0 lead against the Silkmen at the weekend, albeit with the aid of a goalkeeping error.
The powerful front man spoke to Harriers PlayerHD and the media after the game and was a happy Harry indeed.
He’s loving his spell on loan from Barnsley and admits that, although thick-and-fast fixtures is proving a challenge, he’s far from complaining.
Of his goal he commented: “I should have taken it a little bit further, but they all count, don’t they?
“I much prefer to get the result but to get a goal is always nice.
“We kick on to the next game now – the games are coming quick and it’s tough for the boys, but we have to recover and on we go!”
Much like all in and around Aggborough, Harry paid no mind to the current league table or position – simply wanting to keep the games and the results coming.
“We are taking it game by game at the moment, but with three wins in three – you can’t argue with that,” he added.
“We knew our task on Saturday and got a great result.”