LEE Gregory is full of confidence after scoring Millwall's winner at Brighton.
The striker hit the only goal of the game to give the Lions a priceless three points in front of the television cameras on Friday night.
That took Gregory's tally to four in his first campaign as a professional since moving to The Den from non-league in the summer.
Manager Ian Holloway described Gregory as "the best £250,000 I have ever spent" after the former Halifax Town forward calmly converted Magaye Gueye's miss-hit shot.
And Gregory said: "It is always good to get a goal and the goal that wins the game. I gave Maggie a goal at Bournemouth – my shot deflected to him – so he gave me one back.
"It doesn't matter how it comes, as long as the ball is in the back of the net that's all that matters."
He added: "I want to score every game. Even if we'd won 4-0 and I didn't score, I wouldn't be happy as a striker. I'm learning a lot from the manager.
"Everything is so much better – my confidence and fitness. I feel so much more comfortable in the team. When I'm training in the week, I know I'll be in the squad.
"It makes it easier to train knowing that you have a good chance of being in the starting XI. You can relax a lot more and I'm so confident now. I feel I can kick on."
Gregory's first three goals, against Birmingham, Wolves and Brentford, resulted in Millwall picking up just two points.
"The feeling is so much better, scoring the winner," he added.
"Obviously I didn't know it was the match-winner when I scored but you appreciate it so much more when the final whistle goes.
"Knowing you've scored the winner is a huge weight off the shoulders. I'm so happy to get the goal because we needed this win – it makes it even better."
Gregory praised the Lions' defence for keeping a clean sheet just six days after letting in five goals against Middlesbrough.
"You couldn't fault any of the defenders and Danny Shittu totally deserved to be man of the match," he said.
"The back four were really solid. We didn't want to sit off them in the second half but we got pinned back a little bit.
"Keeping a clean sheet after last week is massive for us and does a lot for our confidence. We can go into the Bolton game on Friday off the back of a clean sheet and a victory.
"If we can get a run going we'll start climbing the table because there aren't many points in it."
Gregory admitted that bouncing back from the Boro thrashing hadn't been easy.
"Coming in last Monday was tough," he said. "The atmosphere was flat and people were a bit down but the gaffer picked us up and we needed to be picked up.
"That game had gone and we couldn't do anything about it. We responded in the right way by getting a win."