Albert Adomah revealed a little bit of work on the training ground provided the platform for two of City’s three goals against Blackburn Rovers on Saturday.
The in-form winger added to his first of the season against Crystal Palace last month with a second inside 42 seconds against recently relegated Blackburn, who only snatched a 5-3 victory with a pair of stoppage time strikes.
But the Ghanaian was keen to focus on City’s well-rehearsed attacking play, which has now seen Derek McInnes’ side hit 11 goals in the first three league games at Ashton Gate.
“It must be one of the quickest goals I’ve scored in my career,” Adomah told Bristol City Player.
“That’s what we worked on at the training ground on Friday and talked about in the changing room – if there’s a throw-in make sure you get it off the striker and get a strike on goal, and that’s what happened.
“As a player that gives you an adrenaline rush and you believe you can get another goal right from the off or make something happen.
“When you’re playing and scoring goals you’re always happy. Now I’ve scored two, and hopefully when the next game comes I will score again.
“Anyone can score a goal at home – strikers, midfielders, even Heaton at the end of the game nearly headed it in! It’s a good thing knowing we can score goals but we need to hold on when we score.”
City’s second to level things up at 2-2 was almost a carbon copy of their first against Cardiff City in the previous home fixture, as Adomah pulled the ball back for fellow midfielder Stephen Pearson to dispatch low into the far corner.
He added: “That was a well-worked goal, because Skuse played it out wide and I did the quick feet and pulled it back to Stephen Pearson and he took it well to equalise.
“That’s what we work on – when you get the ball wide make sure you cut it back, because nowadays I think most defenders try and read a cross, so we have to pull it back and there’s always people on the edge of the box.
“It’s disappointing because we started off well but they came into it and at the end you could see their quality because they are a Premier League team.”