Fulham striker Bobby Zamora was a happy man after starring in his side's 3-0 Europa League third qualifying round first leg win away to FK Vetra.
Zamora, who has been linked with a move away from the Cottagers this summer, scored the opening goal, before winning a penalty which skipper Danny Murphy converted.
Seol Ki-Hyeon then put the seal on the victory over the Lithuanian outfit.
Zamora told the club's official website:"It was important for us to start with a win.
"We had a few games in pre-season and looked good, so it was good for us to carry that into this game and get an important result.
"It's really important for us. We're all loving playing in Europe as it's another achievement for us, so we're going to relish every minute of it.
"Now we're just looking forward to the second leg next week. It'll be another tough workout for us and hopefully we'll come out of it with another win.
"They were organised and worked hard. They put the ball in the box and they'll give us another hard game back at the Cottage.
"Luckily we got our goals at good times, though, so there was never any doubt about the result."