Paris Cowan-Hall had one gripe about scoring two headers in Saturday’s thrilling 3-2 triumph over Torquay United – it messed up his hair!
The former Portsmouth man, who netted for the first time since the opening day after facing a spell on the sidelines, says he is open-minded about whether he plays as a winger or continues in a forward role for the Blues this season.
He said: “I don’t like messing up my hair, but I will if it means scoring goals!”
The 23-year-old expertly struck in the 52nd minute and the 76th minute to complete an exciting comeback at Adams Park.
He added: “Both roles have their pros and cons, but I like both of them.
“When you’re up top you’ve got to score or you’re going to lose your place, but as a winger it’s a little bit harder as you’ve got to beat your man and put crosses in.
“I’d say the harder of the two roles is the wing, but I enjoy both.”
He hailed the impact the returning Matt Bloomfield, who scored on his first start in 14 months in Tuesday's cup win against
and was influential again at the weekend, making a decisive assist for his first goal to level proceedings.
“Blooms is the complete professional,” said Cowan-Hall.
“He works hard day-in day-out and doesn't moan about anything, so it’s a credit to him because he deserves everything he gets.
“If I could have half of his professionalism, I’d be happy. That is how I’m striving to be like - he’s a good role model to have around the place.”