Queens Park Rangers striker Conor Washington admits he sought advice from international team-mate Roy Carroll before Northern Ireland's 2-0 win against Norway.
The former Manchester United, West Ham United and Wigan Athletic man gave Washington a tip or two, and it worked as the hitman grabbed the second goal in the first half.
It was his third goal in three games at Windsor Park.
“I spoke to Roy before the game and he said ‘go for the keeper’s legs’, as it’s the hardest thing to save, so I took some advice from big Roy and I went there," Washington told the Londonderry Sentinel.
"When you are playing in front of players like Steven Davis, you know every time he gets the ball you can make the run and chances are he is going to find you and obviously he did.
“Since I have come into the squad the confidence has been so high and I don’t know anything really different.
"It has been absoutely brilliant, we have got top quality players and top quality lads as well.
"All the lads get on and there has been banter flying about, you can see that in the performances, that we all want to run for each other.
“I love playing here (at Windsor Park), it’s really enjoyable, the atmosphere is fantastic and I really enjoy playing in front of the fans.
Washington also had praise for strike partner Jamie Ward, who wasted no time in getting the ball rolling for Northern Ireland.
"I don’t think I had even touched the ball,” he said, after Ward scored inside 120 seconds.
"To be fair if you give Jamie half a yard in the box, he’s going to find the bottom corner and I don’t think they did their homework.
"It was a great start and Jamie deserves that for all the hard work that he puts in."