Cameron Archer admitted he’s “really enjoying” his time at Preston North End after scoring the match-winner against Peterborough United.
The 20-year-old, who signed on loan for North End in January from Aston Villa, has since netted three times for his new side, with all of those goals coming in wins-to-nil.
He came to the club to earn more experience in the senior game, and he’s certainly doing a good job of learning his trade so far.
Speaking to iFollow PNE, Cameron said: “I’m just enjoying myself. I can’t wait to spend the last few months of the season here.
“I said at the start I just want to play games, learn and score goals.
“Hopefully I can just keep on scoring and [we can] get to where we want to be.”
On the game against relegation-threatened Peterborough, Cameron admitted it wasn’t a pretty watch, but the victory will go down as all that matters.
His 80-minute strike – a fantastic left-footed effort curled right into the top corner – was enough to give North End the victory in a game which looked to be heading to a stalemate.
Cameron said: “We’re very pleased. It was a tough game, we dug deep and got the three points.
“It was a scrappy game, you can see it from watching the game it was scrappy. The pitch didn’t help with the conditions, but it’s all about getting the three points.”
Those three points of course came courtesy of his goal, but this time he wasn’t in front of the travelling faithful, like he was for his previous two against West Brom and Hull City respectively.
“I really enjoyed it,” he smiled. “But obviously it wasn’t in front of the PNE fans.
“Browney played the ball, I just shifted out my feet and obviously I saw him [the defender] come across a bit too quick so I shifted it onto my left and saw an opening.”