STEFAN Maierhofer rewarded himself with an Easter feast after gobbling up two chances in Millwall's win at Middlesbrough on Saturday.
The Austrian targetman opened his account for the Lions after 16 minutes at the Riverside Stadium and his second goal, a carbon-copy header, followed soon after.
And the striker, a former chef, joked afterwards: "When I get on the team bus I am allowed two pizzas because I scored two goals!"
Maierhofer admitted he was thrilled to get on the scoresheet as Millwall claimed their third straight away win, a result which lifted them out of the bottom three.
But the 31-year-old, signed by boss Ian Holloway on a free transfer in March, quickly turned his attention to today's crunch clash with Doncaster Rovers.
"Two goals, three points – I feel good," he said.
"It's a great feeling but I work every day in training and I know that I can help the team with goals. The important thing is to win my headers and work hard for the team.
"It doesn't matter if anyone else scores, as long as we win and take the points.
"I'm a striker so I need to score in every game. They were great crosses from Lee Martin and the result is very important to us.
"Three points at Middlesbrough and three more on Monday would be fantastic. We need to start the game like we started on Saturday and I think we can win it.
"The last few weeks have given us a big boost. Nobody thought we would win at Forest and we went to Wigan three days later and got the same result.
"I have been here one month and the gaffer said the right words every time and we have worked hard in training for me.
"In the past, I'm used to playing for teams at the front of the table, so this is a new situation for me. Every game, you have a lot of pressure.
"We've been doing very well. We took big points at Forest, Wigan and Middlesbrough. Now must do it now on Monday at The Den.
"I think that would a big, big step towards staying in this league."
Maierhofer had not played competitively for almost a year before he signed for Millwall but feels he is now caught up on his fitness.
Discussing his time without a club, Maierhofer said: "The last six months, I did my UEFA B Licence, working in an academy, working with kids every day.
"In February, I got my licence. I did well. I had a lot of offers. I had a good offer from Asian clubs and from Greece.
"I had an offer from Ukraine but the situation in Ukraine and Russia was not the best.
"I have always liked English football. I think it was good for me to have six months' rest, to look at myself and do the UEFA B Licence.
"I liked working with the kids. I was thinking about the next step in my career. I am 31 and I will play for the next three or four year at a high level then maybe I can become a manager.
"But the gaffer called me and said ‘come on, we need a player like you’.
"I told him that I was not in the best fitness but after I've done two or three weeks of hard work in training, then I can help the team.
"I think I've done well in the last few weeks when I've started and played 60 or 70 minutes."