Plymouth midfielder Tyler Harvey has described scoring against rivals Exeter as one of his best-ever moments.
The 19-year-old Plymouth-born player opened the scoring in Argyle's Devon derby win with a well-taken free-kick.
"It's probably the coolest thing I've ever done," Harvey told BBC Radio Devon after the
"We needed to get a bit of redemption from last year and I think we got that," added Harvey, who was on the bench in
Harvey has made just six first-team starts since his debut in November 2012, with Saturday's match marking his first of the 2014-15 season.
"The aim after today was to keep myself in the team and fingers crossed I've done that," he explained.
"I played a bit more advanced, just off the striker and just in front of the midfield, and I enjoy that position a lot.
"I think that's probably me, that's my position, just off the striker in the hole."
|November 2012: Makes Plymouth debut as a substitute in a 1-0 loss at Bradford.|
|December 2012: Scores a last-minute equaliser in his first start in the 1-1 draw with Devon rivals Torquay United.|
|May 2013: Signs first professional deal.|
|December 2013: Goes out on loan to Conference Premier side Salisbury City.|
|August 2014: Gets opening goal in the 3-0 win over Devon rivals Exeter City.|
However, although scoring against Exeter was one of his best ever experiences, he says his celebration was something he would like to forget.
"If anyone saw my celebration it was a bit embarrassing," he admitted. "I tried to do a knee slide, hit the floor and did a complete front flip.
"But coming from Plymouth, it was nice to score. It was good."
Harvey but manager John Sheridan says he still has a lot to learn.
"I had a chat with him and River (Allen) as I didn't think they were sharp enough at all in pre-season," said Sheridan.
"I told them they need to wake up, they're both good players and they're good kids, I've got a lot of time for them.
"I told him to try and find space for himself and in the first half I thought he was tremendous.
"It was a great goal, a great little ball for the second goal and I thought he did a really good job."