IT'S taken six years but David Brown didn't mind the wait for another League goal.
The last time the 28-year-old striker celebrated one - his 31st - was for Hull City against Kidderminster in January 2001.
But he added two more vital ones to his collection with his double at Wrexham which steered Accrington Stanley to their first win in 11 league games on New Year's Day - and won the striker a place in the Football League "League Two Team of the Week."
"I played in the league for Hull and Torquay and since then I have spent time in the non-league and Conference," said Brown, who was recalled from a loan spell at Burton to help the injury-plagued Reds in the last two matches.
"I had a good record in the Conference but it is always nice to score in the league as it tends to be more recognised."
Brown continued: "And it was good to score for Accrington especially to come back after my loan spell at Burton and get two goals. As a striker, that is what you are judged on so I enjoyed those two!
"It was a huge relief for everyone to win - you could see it in the players, the gaffers and the fans' faces.
"I have been with Burton for the last month so I have missed a number of the defeats and probably don't feel the pressure of all the other players but it was nice to get a win at Wrexham because we had missed so many chances - especially a snap shot I missed just before I scored my first."
Brown can brag that he hasn't been on the losing side since his return with four points in two games and he is hoping to increase this at Boston tomorrow (Sat).
"They are near us and we do need a win as the table is so tight. Results really didn't go for us on Monday with the teams around us also winning and it keeps the pressure on.
"We could win tomorrow and not move or lose tomorrow and be at the bottom - it is that close.
"But we go with confidence after the Wrexham win and it has taken some of the pressure off the gaffer and the players.
"It is only half way through the season though and we have to keep going and pick up some more points."
And he thinks of the addition of defender Alan Rogers will be a big boost for the side.
"Alan Rogers is an experienced player and that will help if we are in a relegation dogfight."