Ebou Adams admits his spectacular goal against Gillingham is going to be playing on repeat this week.
Ebbsfleet's summer signing sealed a 2-0 win over the Gills at Stonebridge Road on Saturday with a strike supporters are saying is one of the best they've seen live for many years.
Adams was involved at the start of the move as Fleet popped the ball around their League 1 opponents and he then continued his run into the box.
When Jack Powell received Danny Kedwell's pass and dinked in a cross, Adams had his back to goal near the penalty spot but he stuck out his right leg and hooked the ball brilliantly beyond statuesque goalkeeper Tom Hadler.
"To be fair I just wanted to get it on target," he said. "Thankfully I got a clean connection and it ended up in the back of the net.
"The build-up to it was unbelievable. I think I'll be watching it all week!
"I wish it was a league game but as they as they keep coming, I'm happy.
"My target is to get in the box and get more goals. You know how I am - I'm box-to-box, I love to defend and I love to attack.
"It was good to play against Gills, a League 1 side and put in a performance like that. The build-up was really good, one-twos, and that's how we are. We want to play neat, quick football and the goal itself showed that."
Ebbsfleet look fitter than ever after a week's intensive training in Portugal and Adams epitomised their athleticism in central midfield.
Competition for places is fierce at Fleet but all-rounder Adams has given himself a great chance of starting the National League opener at home to Chesterfield on August 4.
"I'm not stepping back," he said. "I'm looking to give him a headache and show what I'm about. Hopefully I'm doing the right things.
"The midfield is a strong bunch and there's a lot of good players in there so I'll keep working hard.
"Since I've come into the club, I've fitted right in and suited the manager's plans.
"He wants to play football, like we did against a League 1 side. We didn't change our philosophy, we kept passing the ball and the build-up to the goal shows what we're like. Hopefully there's more to come."
Adams left Norwich City at the end of last season after spending two-and-a-half years with the Championship club.
He said: "I would recommend to every young player to get as much men's football as you can. Playing for Norwich under-23s, I enjoyed it, but it doesn't compare to National League football. You're missing out on the physicality.
"Technically it's great but for young guys, to go and play men's football, it's not easy but you'll learn a lot from it. I've dealt with it and I don't feel out of place now.
"I can't wait for the season to start. It's only two weeks but I wish it was starting tomorrow. We're all buzzing for it."