Burnley's Charlie Austin has described his 25-yard strike at Charlton as the best goal of his career.
The former Swindon front man unleashed an unstoppable right-footed shot to
earn a 1-0 win
for the Clarets - their first victory in seven attempts.
It also took Austin's tally of goals for the season to 25.
"It opened up for me and it felt right. I just thought 'I'm going to hit this' and it flew into the top corner," Austin told
BBC Radio Lancashire.
"It was a massive win for the team and one we needed. We defended like our lives depended on it and it was a good team performance."
Only Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray (27) has netted more Championship goals than Austin (22) this season.
In November, the 23-year-old became the
fastest Burnley player to reach 20 goals in a single campaign
equalled the club record by scoring in eight consecutive appearances
for the Clarets.