Seani Maguire made a dream debut for Preston North End on Tuesday night.
The former Cork City man netted in the 2-1 friendly loss to Burnley.
The in-form striker picked up the ball inside the opposition half before dancing past the Burnley defence and calmly slotting the ball passed Tom Heaton.
Preston boss Alex Neil was delighted with the contribution of the Kilkenny native:
"I thought we got better second half and the introduction to Sean Maguire at half-time with his pace stretched the game for us"
"It was a great individual goal, I thought his pace in behind was excellent and I thought he showed why he's had such a good season so far this year. The lads been here one day and played really well based on that.
"They started playing deeper which opened up spaces meaning we could move the ball and create some decent chances.
"All in all, we're a little bit frustrated with the first half as I think we're better than that but I think second half was a lot better.
"I thought we played against a really good organised team that work extremely hard and have got some real physical presence in their side.
"You can see the difference with the two teams especially from set plays, and we got undone with two setplays.
"There's a difference between the sides in that they've probably got about eight or nine players over six foot and we've probably got three or four so that's maybe something we need to look at."