Ghanaian international Andy Yiadom has expressed his delight in scoring his first goal for Reading in their 3-0 win over Hull City in the English Championship.
The 26-year-old contributed a goal and an assist to help The Royals secure all three points at Madejski Stadium.
The strike was his first for the club following a summer transfer from Barnsley.
“I haven’t scored for a while, let alone in Reading colours!” he said.
“But it was good to contribute with a goal. I’m pleased with the finish.
“Sam Baldock better watch out! It was a good to win, and good to grab a goal.”
Yiadom has started all nine of Reading’s Championship games so far this season.
The English-born, who joined the club in a five-year deal, has also had spells with lower tier sides Braintree Town and Hayes and Yeading FC.