ANDY Procter is going to have to work on his goal celebrations if he carries on the way he has so far this season.
The midfielder has got some friendly abuse from his team-mates in the past about just running away when he puts the ball into the back of the net.
But he is now Accrington's joint top scorer this season with Paul Mullin and, looking back to last campaign, the midfielder has a record of five goals in nine games.
So he admits that he does need to perfect his after-goal moves.
"They rest of the lads said what they always say to me after the game - good finish but rubbish celebration," joked 24-year-old Procter, whose double secured a much-needed win against Grimsby on Saturday.
"I don't think about what to do - I just run away. I think I am going to work on a somersault or something."
This is especially if he continues his successful penalty-taking role at the club.
Last season, Andy Todd was the man on the spot but his departure left the gap open.
It was up for grabs in pre-season but Procter has now secured it - and made it two in two matches with one against Oldham and a more important one which started the Reds off on a high against the Mariners.
"I think John Miles was on them in pre-season but he missed one in Scotland and then, before the Peterborough game, the manager asked me if I fancied it," said Procter.
"I said yes and so far it has been okay - until I miss but I will make sure I don't as David Brown is desperate to get on them!
"For the one against Oldham, I went one way and then I was worried their keeper had seen it so I sent the one against Grimsby the other way and it came off."
It is good to talk about a win - and goals - after what has been a tough start to the season which had seen Stanley prop up the League Two table prior to Saturday.
Their 'goals scored' column in the league read one - the opening day winner at Wycombe.
But it all came together against Grimsby as Stanley ended their drought in style and repeated their scoreline of last season against the Mariners to give everyone connected with the club a huge morale boost ahead of a big month.
"We have got games against teams we are capable of beating over the next few weeks and we want to kick on," said Procter. "The last few weeks have been really frustrating as we just couldn't score and couldn't keep a clean sheet.
"We just went into a lull after good performances against Wycombe and Leicester and I don't know why.
"We had gone to the bottom of the table and the lads were not unduly worried as you can only really look at the table after about 15 games although it was something we wanted to rectify."
He added: "It was a good game on Saturday. We started well but could have folded when they got it back to 2-1 but we showed a lot of character to go on and win it.
"To be honest, my second goal in the last minute could have gone absolutely anywhere so I was chuffed when I put it in.
"I was just a bit disappointed I had to wait until Monday to watch it as I turned on "Goals on Sunday" and it was all about the international matches - that wasn't on!"
But he got a chance to see his goals on Monday - and many of the vocal fans will have enjoyed watching the Reds first home win of the season again too.
It has seemed a long time in coming after three league defeats and no goals.
Manager John Coleman did change it around giving Roscoe Dsane and David Brown their first league starts of the season and going without widemen as he looked to counter Grimsby's 3-5-1 formation.
And they went at it from the off with Dsane hooking the ball over the goal and captain Peter Cavanagh - returning from a calf injury - watching his 20-yard freekick pushed out of the top corner of the net by keeper Phil Barnes.
Procter was in the wars early on - suffering a blooded nose after a clash of heads in the first five minutes and then doing it again later and having to change his shirt.
"Procky has gone in there because he is honest and got a smash on his nose," said Coleman.
"He got another five minutes later and if he gets three or four more he will be rivalling me and Jimmy (Bell) for his features."
But the bloodied Procter battled on and he and his team-mates were passing the ball around well.
And they got a goal they deserved when the midfielder was pushed in the area and referee Jon Moss awarded the Reds their second spot kick in two games.
Up Procter got and calmly fired it home and the home fans under the newly-built Clayton End roof went mad for Stanley's first home league goal of the season.
That gave the Reds' confidence although they did have to stay alert towards the end of the first half as Grimsby looked to get back in the game.
Visiting manager Alan Buckley did change things around as his front men were failing to make an impact with nippy Andy Taylor coming on and he introduced the tall former Tranmere striker Gary Jones at half-time.
But it didn't pay off as, just three minutes after the interval, Procter ran forward from midfield and passed the ball to Brown.
"The lads were laughing at me as, on the video, I had my hands on my head thinking I had hit it too hard but it did actually find Browny," said Procter.
And the striker-turned-midfielder played in a superb cross which Mullin had to twist his head to get to to thump the ball into the net, with Barnes stranded.
Grimsby then went three up front as they looked to get back in it and, eight minutes later, it paid off when Tom Newey played a great cross in from the by-line which unmarked Paul Bolland headed in.
"At 2-1 I did fear for our confidence," said Coleman. "But we were determined to get a third and we did."
But it wasn't without a few nervy minutes as Taylor fired a shot at Kenny Arthur and Bolland hit the top of a crossbar from an angle.
Then, however, a short corner routine worked for Stanley to calm any nerves on 69 minutes.
Jay Harris and sub Shaun Whalley were involved with Mullin getting the ball in the area, while surrounded, but managing to fire it into the net for his third goal of the campaign.
And the training ground routine almost came to fruition again when Whalley set up Harris from another corner but this time his shot was narrowly over the bar ten minutes from time.
But Procter made it a four-midable day when sub Leam Richardson, on as a right winger, charged down the flank and played in a perfect ball which Procter headed into the net with just seconds of the game remaining.
"I would have taken anybody to score but it was lovely for Paul and Procky," said Coleman.
"We played well as an 11 as we defended resoundly and tried to attack as an 11 and, if we continue to do that, we have enough quality to move up.
"The front six have worked their socks off to give the defence a breather."
And Coleman paid a final tribute to the crowd who celebrated under the roof long after the final whistle.
"A lot has been said about the crowd and me and the chairman have made a vow not to worry about it now and concentrate on the people who come as they are the one who matter and the players who are playing," said the Reds chief.
"The fans have been magnificent and have made a big difference to us as they have every game since I have been here.
"The have stuck with us through highs and lows and they were rewarded on Saturday."