Published: 08:00, 07 December 2016 |
Updated: 10:54, 07 December 2016
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.
“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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