"They seem to be coming thick and fast at the moment and in every game I go into I think I am going to score," claimed JJ, who scored our second of four against Bolton last time out. "On Sunday it was a case of just being in the right place at the right time and that is what happens when you are in that frame of mind."
Not that it was a particularly clean strike, with the ball flying in cleanly off his shin after Robbie Keane's effort was foiled by Jussi Jaaskelainen.
"It came off quite nicely! I did have to stick my leg out to just get anything on it though and it was good to see is nestle in the back of the net," he added, before reflecting on the ruthless nature of the performance, the only downside being Robbie's red card.
"We were very clinical and there was no comeback from Bolton early on - or throughout the game really. The way it went I thought we definitely deserved it and we were on fire after 30 minutes with being 3-0 up.
"We were a long time with ten men and at the time I thought it was very unfair. We had to stand up and be counted, all of us, and I thought Dimitar up front was exceptional. The sort of quality and professionalism he displayed in attack carried right throughout the team."
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Jermaine Jenas says that goals are at the forefront of his mind at the moment.It is now three in three games for the midfielder, not to mention four in five, and the England international stated his confidence over finding the target every time he steps onto the pitch at present.