Tahvon Campbell contributed two assists in Cheltenham's 3-0 home win over Oldham Athletic on Saturday.
The summer signing made the most of his first home League Two start since the 10 August win over Scunthorpe United by setting up Max Sheaf for his first Football League goal and Alfie May for a goal on his Robins debut.
He has endured a frustrating campaign so far after a knee injury kept him out of action between October and Christmas time, so he was pleased to be back out on the turf at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium, helping to contribute to Michael Duff's side.
"It was really enjoyable to be back out there in front of the home fans and to get the win," he said.
"It was good to get the assists. I feel like if I'm in the position to give someone a chance on goal and they're in a better position than me I'll always play the ball.
"I think I did okay. There is still more to come but it's been a really tough time for me if I'm going to be honest, coming in and then getting injured so early on.
"I don't feel like anyone has seen what I can do yet - still there is so much more that I feel I can bring to the team. Hopefully in the coming weeks I can show what I can do do."
Watch more from Campbell reflecting on the victory above on iFollow.
It's home action on Saturday for Campbell and his teammates when Walsall are the visitors to the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.
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