Kieron Forbes has been backed to start cracking in the goals after finally opening his Wealdstone account, but don't expect him to be cracking any smiles.
The former Watford wide-man's first goal for the club at Tooting last weekend was one to savour. His goal 'celebration', however, was not.
Just like much-travelled Chelsea hitman Nicolas Anelka, known to fans and critics as 'Le Sulk' for his less than enthusiastic goal celebrations and introverted nature, Forbes' equaliser put a smile on the face of all his teammates, yet he bore the look of a man whose dog had just died.
"It was nice for him to get on the score sheet, now all we have to do is make him smile!" laughed Stones manager Gordon Bartlett. "He scored but looked as miserable as sin!
"But he is a great lad and I am absolutely certain he and Danny Spendlove can be major influences in the last third of the season. If they believe in themselves a bit more in the final third of the pitch then they will both score plenty of goals.
"I still can't figure out how Kieron scored, as he came in from the left whereas he plays on the right. As for Danny's goal, it was a great finish with the outside of his boot and he showed the confidence needed to score in these situations."
Spendlove's injury-time winner has boosted Stones'play-off aspirations, as has the capture of striker Ian Hilaire and left-sided midfielder Rodney Hicks.
Hilaire has impressed on trial and joins from Hitchin Town, while Hicks, who was part of Wealdstone's FA Youth Cup final runners up in 2004, returns to the club he left Peterborough United for.
"Ian came on for the final 15 minutes on Saturday. He gives us something different in that he is strong and also good in the air. He certainly makes his presence felt," said Bartlett.
"Rodney, meanwhile, is a big lad, 6ft 2ins, has a lovely left foot and is another valuable addition to the squad."