Emergency Brentford FC keeper Mikkel Andersen enjoyed his short stint at the Bees so much he can't wait to come back again.
Andersen played a starring role in Brentford's last-gasp 2-1 win over Bradford on Saturday, but not before some complications.
The Danish teenager joined the Bees on a one-match emergency loan deal from Reading as Ben Hamer was suspended and Seb Brown injured.
But an injury to Reading's Marcus Hahnemann saw the Royals try and recall Andersen, until the Football League overruled it.
And so Andersen stayed with the Bees, and he made a string of fine saves as Bradford threatened to take all three points before Brentford sealed them in a dramatic finish.
Marcus Bean gave the Bees the lead with just two minutes left with a fizzing shot along a wet turf, but Bradford went straight down the other end an equalised through Michael Boulding.
However, Nathan Elder provided the final twist in the tale, heading home Ryan Dickson's stoppage-time free-kick to snatch victory.
A clearly delighted Andersen said: "It was a brilliant win. To score a last-minute goal was great.
"It's been a little bit back and forward this week, and I never really knew what was going on.
"Fortunately I got to play, and I was loving it out there.
"The situation was out of my hands. I just had to be ready for anything.
"It was a good debut, and hopefully there's more to come. I would definitely be willing to come and help out again.
"It's a good club with a great bunch of lads. I was there for a week-and-a-half and really enjoyed it."
Bees boss Andy Scott also paid tribute his his stop-gap stopper, who he insists he would have let return to Reading if the Football League allowed it, to maintain the good relationship between the clubs.
Scott said: "Mikkel had been with us 10 days and fitted in fantastically well. He is a really good kid who is only 19 and has got a real future in the game.
"They keep producing these goalkeepers at Reading, and I'm glad we've got the rapport we have that allows us to bring them here.
"Our relationship with Reading means we were open to everything they were able to do, and if they were able to recall him then he would have gone back.
"We've got that relationship and we want to keep it as we believe it is beneficial to both clubs.
"But the Football League wouldn't allow the recall so we kept him."