STEVE Jagielka seems to save his stunning goals for the television.
Last season, he cracked home one against Halifax live on television which got down to the last three for "Conference Goal of the Season." And he has got another contender after volleying home the winner against Grays on Saturday.
"That's my fifth now, I am just trying to get as many as I can really. I have got to keep in line with my brother," said 'Jaggers', whose brother Phil plays for Sheffield United. "I think he has got five now so we have got a bit of a competition going on."
Jagielka was modest about his goal - although Gary Roberts said he felt sorry for whoever sat with Jagielka on the coach back from Grays!
"As long as I don't sit next to him on the coach it will be alright. Whoever sits next to him he will be down their ear!" joked Roberts.
Jagielka explained: "It was a good ball from Mangy to be fair and a good connection and it ended up in the back of the net. But I was more made up with the result, especially after we went down to ten men."
This was with the dismissal of Andy Mangan for kicking the ball after being booked. The right winger continued: "I thought the referee was a bit harsh on Mangy he should have used his experience to have a little bit of a word with him. He is only a young lad, but nowadays refs seems to be getting their cards out straight away.
"He (the ref) is on Sky so he is trying to do it by exactly by the rule book but we are all men at the end of the day and a quiet word in people's ears sometimes does the job
"But it is pleasing to come through with 10 men in a top of the table clash.
"I don't think it was the best game, I think you could tell we hadn't had a game for two weeks, I thought our passing and pace seemed a couple yards off but it was a great result."
And he backs Mullin to continue his scoring run after two goals in two games following a lean spell.
"Mullers will always score goals. People get on his case if he hasn't scored for a few games as people are always so used to him scoring but that is the way it is.
"He has set his standard, he tries to score as many goals as he can and he will end up with 20 again this year hopefully. A few of the lads are pitching in now as well and I think that is why we are still up there."