HAMEUR Bouazza opened his Blackpool account in stunning style, then announced his intention is to bag a few more.
Bouazza struck in the 11th minute against Peterborough, nutmegging a defender and curling the ball in from the tightest of angles to make it 2-0 and put Pool on course for their third successive league victory.
"I think I was standing on the line when I hit it so it was a good goal and I was happy with it," said Bouazza, 24.
"Obviously I am delighted to get my first goal for the club and I'd like to score more.
"I am going to work hard in training and hopefully score a lot of goals.
"But football is not about one player, or two players. It is a team game and you win as a unit, including the players on the bench.
"It was a good performance from the team and we are really happy to get another three points and move further up the table.
"It was a good game and Peterborough were a good side.
"They gave us lots of problems but we kept our shape and worked hard for the win. We were very glad with the result.
"The important thing now is to keep working hard, keep getting three points as often as we can and then who knows where that will take us come the end of the season.
"If we play like we did on Saturday then I think we've got a big chance to get a lot of points on the board this season.
"But that's for the future. At the moment I'm just really happy to be here.
"It's a good club, the lads and the staff are good, so I am enjoying it.
"It was a good day on Saturday and everybody is happy. But it was just one game – I want to win more games."
Jason Euell notched his second goal in successive home games, following on from his matchwinner against Newcastle.
Against Peterborough it took him less than three minutes to hit the target with a header from 14 yards.
"It was a great finish and showed what class Jason has, firstly to get in that area and then produce such a terrific header," said boss Ian Holloway.