Tuesday night's super-sub Jordan Roberts was delighted to be able to come off the bench and contribute in the way he did in the 3-1 win over Exeter City.
The powerful forward hasn't found himself on the bench much this season when fit for selection, but didn't let that stop him from making his mark on the game.
"The manager makes his decision before games and there's plenty of competition in the team so when you get on the pitch you've got to make an impact and contribute anyway you can." Jordan told iFollow Crawley.
"For me, my job was to work the defence, stay high and thankfully I had two chances and I took them."
After suffering the disappointing result at Wycombe Wanderers last Saturday, it was important to get a positive reaction from the side.
Not only that but the home form hasn't been quite what is wanted, so Jordan was pleased to see a complete performance from everyone involved.
"From Cat [Glenn Morris] all the way up to Thomas [Verheydt] everyone played their part and especially after Wycombe we needed to bounce back and I think we did exactly that.
"There was a lot of key performances throughout the team, but we go onto the next game now and hopefully maintain this."