Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko was delighted after scoring the match winner against Blackburn Rovers last night.
The former Wolfsburg striker smashed the ball home in the 75th minute following a misplaced clearance by Phil Jones to hand City a 1-0 victory which keeps them on course for Champions League qualification.
The Bosnian told Sky Sports 1: “I’m very happy that this goal helped my team to win the game.
“Sometimes it’s difficult, I’m not the first who didn’t make the best start but I’m happy because I scored today and helped the team.”
Dzeko’s drought has been focused on parallel with that of Chelsea’s £50million man Fernando Torres, who opened his Blues account against West Ham on Saturday.
And Dzeko said: “It’s football, Torres scored a lot of goals at Liverpool and changed club, I’m happy for him too because I know what the pressure is.
“Now we have to look at the future – today was very good, it is a new beginning for me and for City.”