Josh Murphy was pleased to mark a personal milestone in the best possible way after helping Norwich City to a 3-2 Sky Bet Championship win over Reading on Saturday.
On what was his 100th appearance for the Canaries, the winger put in an impressive performance, notably playing a part in the build-up to all three of his side's goals.
"It felt good out there, the boys played well," he told Norwich City TV.
"The manager told us they were there for the taking. We had to go out there and put in a performance.
"We've been unlucky with results in the last few weeks but we showed what we can do. Getting two goals early on was a relief and settled the boys down.
"We always make things hard for ourselves it seems, but winning is the main thing."
Dennis Srbeny and Onel Hernandez also shone for Daniel Farke's side, with the pair gradually adjusting to their roles after arriving in Norfolk back in January.
"They've both settled in well and Dennis was unlucky not to score at the end," Murphy added.
"He just needs to get one goal, then he'll be firing. Today he worked really hard for the group and with Onel you can see how much be bullies whoever he plays against.
"It reminds me of playing with Jacob a little bit. For me to reach 100 games here is a great achievement.
"I feel like part of the furniture now so to top it off with a win is great. It was nice for us to put three away today."