Jacob Murphy's hoping his two goals are the first of many for Newcastle United.
The winger, signed last week from Norwich City for £12million, netted twice in last night's 4-0 win over Bradford City at Valley Parade.
It was only Murphy's second appearance for the club.
And the boyhood United fan – who had worn the club's blue change kit against Preston North End last weekend – enjoyed his first run-out in black and white stripes.
Asked about his goals, Murphy said: "It was great to get them so soon after coming in.
"It was a convincing win in the end. I was delighted to get on the scoresheet."
Dwight Gayle – who also got on the scoresheet – set up Murphy's first goal.
And the 22-year-old's second was an instinctive half-volley after a Rolando Aarons cross was cleared as far as him.
"I had a little bit of luck when it came off the back of my heel," said Murphy. "I managed to stick it away. I was delighted with that.
"That (second goal) was more instinctive. It feel nicely for me."
Murphy - who netted against United twice last season - will take confidence from the goal.
"It's a big relief, but it's also a massive confidence boost. It's what I needed to get me a bit more settled into the squad.
"I'm delighted to get these two goals. Hopefully, I can continue from here.
"It was nice to do it in black and white. Hopefully, there's many more to come."
Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez felt the performance was a big improvement from the showing at Deepdale.
"It came down to being clinical," Murphy told NUFC TV. "We were ruthless in the second half."United will continue their pre-season on Saturday with a match away to German side Mainz.
"It'll be a step up, but we're gearing up for a massive season in the Premier League," said Murphy. "We're looking forward to it."