Walsall's on-loan attacking midfielder Jordan Cook has set his sights on further goals over the remaining five games of the season having hit the net for the first time in his senior career in midweek.
The 21-year-old Sunderland loanee marked his first start for the Saddlers, on what was also his home debut, with the second goal in Tuesday's massive 3-2 win at home to Brentford.
And having got a taste of the celebrations, Cook is keen to repeat his scoring touch and help fire Walsall to npower League One survival.
"Obviously I was very pleased to get my first league goal. The fact we managed to go on and win the game made it extra special," he told the club`s official website.
"Now we turn our attention to Saturday. It's a massive game for us. Brighton are obviously a very good side but we are desperate for the points and it has all the ingredients to be a great game. I've come here to score goals and now I have the first under my belt I am determined to get more."
Saturday's home clash against already-promoted Brighton has been designated as Walsall's Sands awareness game. The first-team squad will warm-up in Sands t-shirts and bucket collectors will also be on hand to raise donations for the stillbirth and neonatal death charity.