Plymouth striker Rhys Griffiths believes he is beginning to prove his worth at Home Park after a frustrating start to his professional career.
The 32-year-old firefighter turned footballer joined the Pilgrims in the summer from part-time Welsh Premier side Port Talbot. But a troublesome calf injury looked to dampen his Football League bow before a swift recovery has seen him go on to score three goals in five appearances.
"I prefer to think of it as three goals in two starts, rather than five games," he told Herald Sport.
"It's nice for me, and that's why I have been brought in.
"In the Welsh Premier League I had a reputation and I had to score goals.
"Here, I just want the team to win.
"I would love to be the one who scores every goal but, ultimately, as long as we are winning I'm happy."