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Dartford winger Luke Wanadio gaining in confidence after fifth goal of the season in win against Poole Town

By Andrew Gidley

Luke Wanadio was pleased with his goal against Poole and wants to keep on scoring.

The 24-year-old winger was at the centre of much of Dartford’s best work on a tough afternoon in the 2-1 win against their Vanarama National South play-off rivals

He said: “It’s all I can do, when I play, I just want to help the team. So to score what turned out to the winner is a big bonus for me and gives me more confidence.

Luke Wanadio enjoys the moment after scoring Dartford's second goal against Poole Town Picture: Andy Payton

“I nicked it off the central midfielder, nutmegged the centre-back and just finished it.

“The keeper was coming off his line and I put it in the corner and enjoy doing that all day long. I did the same thing against Hemel."

Wanadio’s goal was his fifth of the season and his trickery and pace caused the Dorset club problems all afternoon.

He added: “I feel I should have more but I guess they will come as the season goes on and help us push on.”

Wanadio signed after impressing in a pre-season trial and is loving life at Princes Park.

He said: “I am enjoying it here. We have got a good squad and we should be challenging for promotion.

“We are playing well as a team and working hard and we have to just got to keep doing it."

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