Never mind another hat-trick - Dirk Nannes will settle for just bowling in the right spot against Sussex in today's Twenty20 match.
The Middlesex newboy wrote himself into the folklore of cricket's bish-bash-bosh spectacle against Essex at Chelmsford on Sunday with his first hat-trick in senior cricket.
But by his own admission, the Australian-born paceman with a Dutch passport was more erratic in Monday's clash with the auld enemy Surrey at Lord's, yet still returned 2-14 as Middlesex made it four wins from four to sit top of the Southern Division.
The elated 32-year-old was candid enough to admit a bowler of his pace and aggression should have achieved the feat more often.
"It's not been the worst 24 hours of my life," said Nannes after Monday's victory over the Brown Caps.
"I got a hat-trick once before at junior level back home, but it's the first time in senior cricket.
"I never normally get three balls in a row in the right spot!"
Nannes was a late call up to the Middlesex squad after the Home Office scuppered the club's move for Friedel De Wet, and his debut was further delayed by a metatarsal injury.
However, the Victoria State quickie has now hit his straps, and his form has coincided with seven successive wins for Toby Radford's side.
"As soon as I got in the side we started winning, or at least that's what all the boys are saying - so
I've got to be picked, haven't I?" he said, tongue in cheek.
"I was pretty unsettled until three weeks or so ago as I was just bowling crap because I'd had a few months off.
"But I finally got the hang of it again, and it's like riding a bike really. You always get a bit sore when you've had a few months off, so it takes a bit of time to get the radar going."
But for Nannes' heroics with the ball, the plaudits for Sunday's win over Essex would have gone to another late arrival, Tyrone Henderson.
The South African, who returned to Lord's last month to cover bowling injuries, thrashed 64 off 30 balls as Middlesex won in a canter.
And academy graduate Dawid Malan was the hero of Monday's triumph over the men from the Oval, making 41 not out to lead the hosts to their target of 142 with an over to spare.