On-loan frontman Marcus Haber was delighted to open his Notts County account on Saturday afternoon in the 2-0 win over Tranmere Rovers.
Haber arrived at Meadow Lane from Sky Bet League 1 rivals Stevenage earlier this month and has impressed so far in County colours.
On his home debut, the Canadian international came off the bench to convert Mustapha Dumbuya’s low cross.
The goal ensured that there was no way back for Ronnie Moore’s men and that the Magpies secured their first three points of 2013.14.
Haber said: “When you come off the bench you try to make a difference and I got on the end of a great cross.
“I’m happy to get off the mark early for the team and the second goal put the game to bed, for sure.
“Mustapha got to the byline really well, had a look up put a good ball across the six-yard box and I wasn’t going to miss from there.
“I nearly had a second and had it been a yard or two closer to the corner I would’ve scored, but that’s the way it goes sometimes and I’m happy to get one.
“It’s good to get involved and get a little run of games, because I wasn’t getting a lot of football at Stevenage in the early part of the season.
“I’m looking to come here and help the team improve and change the run of results that they’ve had.”
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