GOAL hero Nathan Collier remained modest about his wonder-strike which sparked Hampton & Richmond Borough's comeback against Havant & Waterlooville last Saturday.
Hampton fought back from 2-0 down at the break to earn a 3-3 draw, Collier (pictured) getting them off the mark with a goal which saw him run from midfield and slalom through four challenges before netting.
But the midfielder chose to give credit to his team-mates, and to under-fire manager Mark Harper, for the turnaround.
He said: “It’s not about me, it’s a team game, but I am happy with the goal. I saw the space, ran into it and took my chance. I just wish it was three points, it certainly felt like it was.
“Everyone were down at half time, but the manager picked us up and we came out believing in each other.”
Bottom side Hampton are back in action tomorrow when they travel to Blue Square South high-fliers Welling for a game which was originally scheduled for last Tuesday.
Craig Ross will be available to face his former club, having this week re-signed from Welling, while teenager striker Patrick Drmola, who has signed on work experience from Premiership side Norwich City, also goes into the squad.