Two goals in recent weeks for Mickey Muratovic isn't a bad tally, considering he was once kicking around the frosty pitches of Oberon.
He's now one of Brisbane Roar's up-and-coming stars, but Muratovic first arrived in Oberon in 2011 and gave it a go for local side Oberon United Wolves.
It was evident early on that Muratovic wouldn't be in Oberon forever, as he quickly rose through the Western NSW FC ranks.
"After having a good few years out west I decided to take a challenge and head down to the NPL in Sydney for a year," Muratovic toldthe Western Advocate.
"I had a great season and from there I was invited to the Australian Institute of Sport and I was there for two years. Between then I represented the under 17s Australiam side multiple times.
"When the AIS came to an end I made my way into the Brisbane youth team in 2017 and from there I just stayed patient and worked hard until I finally got called up into the first team full time in December 2019.
"This is where I made my professional debut as a footballer."
Muratovic admitted his start at the Roar has been amazing.
"It's still a shock to this day," he said.
" I was having a great season in the National Youth League and that payed off with me getting called up."
And being a striker, he's been overwhelmed that his coach is none other than former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler.
"Having Robbie Fowler as a coach is all you can really ask for. He's played striker and was one of the best."