Double delight for Honduran...
Ramon Nunez opened his Leeds United account at Elland Road on Tuesday in the Carling Cup - and is hoping his first goals prove to be the start of many.
The Honduran international struck just 25 seconds into the second half to make it 1-1, and his second goal of the night, pictured, proved to be the winner in sealing a 3-2 success against Bradford City.
"I was very happy, but was more happy about the win," said Ramon.
"It was a very fraught game and it was great to come out with the result.
"It was a tough game. In part we made it hard for ourselves, but credit to them for the way they battled. Obviously we're very happy with the result, but there's things we need to look at."
Ramon joined the club almost 12 months ago after a successful trial, but made just two substitute appearances before being loaned to Scunthorpe. He picked up the headlines on the international stage, though, and returned in the summer very much part of Simon Grayson's plans.
"It's always good for the manager," said Ramon. "I feel I have a lot of confidence now and will look to keep it going. I've always been confident and patient, and I always knew my chance would come.
"Now I'm delighted I've scored my first goal with Leeds and I hope there's many more to come."