Guy Madjo dedicates first Port Vale goal to Geoff Horsfield

Guy Madjo
Guy Madjo has played just 45 minutes for parent club Stevenage

Guy Madjo has dedicated his first goal for Port Vale to coach Geoff Horsfield.

The 27-year-old, who is on loan from Stevenage, marked his second start for Vale by scoring the winner in a 2-1 victory at Dagenham and Redbridge.

"I've learned a lot from Geoff because he's played in the Premier League," striker Madjo told BBC Radio Stoke.

"He's done a lot of finishing work with me and shown me a lot of things that I haven't done in the past, so the goal is dedicated to him."

Cameroon-born Madjo added: "I've been to so many places and played for so many clubs. I've never done that amount of work with anyone else."

Winger Jennison Myrie-Williams, who is also on loan from Stevenage, ended Port Vale's goal drought, which had lasted 502 minutes, with the equaliser against League Two's bottom club.

Madjo scored the winner in the second half, converting a Rob Taylor cross from close range.

Myrie-Williams said: "Everyone was in shock because we didn't expect to go behind.

"We showed the right reaction, got a goal back straight away and then went on to win the game."