Ibrahim Meite was delighted to score his first professional goal against Stevenage on Tuesday night, but is hungry for more.
The 21-year old was a thorn in the side of the Boro defence on Tuesday evening, and levelled the score shortly after the break with a fantastic driven strike.
Speaking to iFollow Crawley, Meite told us he's looking to push on after opening his account.
"Yeah it's my first professional goal, it was a very good moment for me, so I am buzzing with that.
"But I should have got more to be honest, so I'll carry on working hard in training and hopefully in the next match I can get more goals."
On the night, Meite and the rest of the team found themselves 1-0 down at half-time despite a solid display, but the forward feels the side did well to get back into the game.
"We were down at half time, went into the changing room and had a strong team talk and everyone got their heads together and we stuck together as a team," he continued.
"We got back into the match, we should have won really but sometimes it goes like that and we've got lots of positives to take into Saturday's game now."
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