STANLEY winger Shaun Whalley celebrated his new two-year deal with the winner against Mansfield on Tuesday.
The teenager turned his short-term contract into a permanent one as he signed for a five-figure fee from Witton Albion last week.
And he cracked home the deciding goal eight minutes from time to give struggling Stanley their first home win since September.
"Obviously I am delighted with the goal but it was a good team performance and we did it for the fans as well," said the former Chester wideman, the son of former Preston striker Neil Whalley.
"I just thought I had got to hit it at the edge of the box and I was delighted when it went in.
"It was my first goal for Stanley and I was over the moon.
"It was a great time to score as well and it is always nice when it is the winning goal."
He admits it has been a tricky time with the Reds. He had a major task in stepping into Gary Roberts' left wing boots and was also sent off at Doncaster for a high tackle in only his third appearance for the club.
"I am starting to settle into the team now. When I first came, I was trying to overwork things and then the sending off happened which was a blow.
"I then had to come back and work hard to get back in the team and I did that.
"There is pressure being on the left wing but I just play my own game week in week out and hope I am good enough for the team.
"I am pretty quick which helps. And everyone has helped me settle in especially with Leam Richardson playing behind me - he has helped me a lot."
Whalley admitts Stanley's fight to beat the drop back into the Conference is tough.
"It isn't easy being in this battle and we are trying to climb the table. But we haven't had the rub of the green lately although it might start coming now.
"I am just enjoying my time here."