Attacker delighted to score his first of the season to set Blues on their way in West Sussex.
Myles Weston says Blues don't fear anyone after they marched into the third round of the JPT with a comfortable victory against Crawley Town on Tuesday night.
Weston opened the scoring with a calm finish as Blues cruised through with a 3-0 win, with Joe Pigott scoring a brace on the evening in West Sussex.
“I'm pleased to have got a start, getting in the team, scoring and just playing really,” Weston said at the end of the game.
“It's about playing, whether it be on the wing or up front. The gaffer wanted me to stretch them alongside Pigs up top and give the likes of Will [Atkinson], Woody [Anthony Wordsworth] and Deegs [Gary Deegan] a bit of space and time in midfield.
And on the goal, Weston's first for 13 months, the attacker said he needed to be ruthless and selfish to score, slotting the ball under Callum Preston in the Crawley goal.
“I needed to be selfish. Payney [Jack Payne] was screaming for it, but I didn't see him, I just heard him!
“It's been a little bit frustrating but everyone wants to start. That's what you want to do and if you don't then you shouldn't be a footballer.
“The gaffer gave me a chance today and I scored, which means I've put myself firmly in his thoughts.
“If we play like we did tonight then there's no reason why we can't beat anyone in this competition.”
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