Lasse Vibe had a torturous few minutes after retreating to the dressing room in Brentford's 3-2 win over Nottingham Forest.
The Dane was given permission to get changed after being brought off and, while aware it was 3-1, suddenly heard a cheer and Chelsea Dagger blaring out on the loudspeakers.
Vibe thought the game should have been over before realising that Forest had made it 3-2 and he had an anxious wait until full time.
He said: “I was aware it was 3-1 and then I heard a massive roar and the music going on again and I was thinking the game should be over by now so what's happened?
“I was thinking after a couple of seconds that they've pulled one back. It wasn't very nice. I couldn't get my phone to work in the dressing room so I was quite desperate. All of a sudden, I saw a couple of the guys and we'd won.”
Vibe has scored three goals and set up two more at The City Ground and joked that he wished he could take the stadium with him around the country.
“It's not bad is it? It's a nice place,” he quipped before adding seriously: “It's probably because of the way we've performed when we've come here and not the pitch or the stands.
“We've performed well the two times I've been here and it's really been a team performance rather than anything else and that helped me today as well.”
Vibe now has nine goals for the season and he would, naturally, like to add more to his tally but knows things can change in football.
He said: “I always aim to score as many goals as I can. I try and stay positive. I know they sometimes go in and sometimes they don't.
“You can have really good finishes and sometimes there's a good goalkeeper.
“Sometimes the ball doesn't bounce, or rolls along the line or hit the post or you finish really badly. That happens.
“I'm going to keep doing what I'm doing to get the chances and hopefully they'll go in.”
Vibe, who has thrived since Scott Hogan's departure and was applauded by Forest fans after he went off, was also quick to pay tribute to Sergi Canos, Jota, Romaine Sawyers and Nico Yennaris.
He explained: “It was a great run from Sergi for the second and Jota set me up for the first goal. I think we've got midfield runners as well in Nico and Romaine.
“Nico's scored a few and Romaine has set a lot up. I think we've got threats everywhere. Before that, we scored goals from set pieces. That helps me massively.”