West Ham United winger Michail Antonio admits he completely forgot his planned worm celebration after making it four goals in his last four home games with the winning strike against Tottenham.
Antonio stole the show against Sunderland on Saturday and made even more headlines with his Simpsons celebrations.
The 25-year-old was the star performer once again as his seventh-minute headed winner was the difference against title-chasing Tottenham and made it another famous night under the lights at the Boleyn Ground.
Antonio was determined to do another memorable celebration if he scored but said the emotion of scoring in such a big derby got the better of him and he ended up doing more of the Carlton Dance from the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air programme!
Antonio said: “It is nice to make it four goals in my last four games – this really feels like home to me!
“As soon as the ball was played over I was thinking this ball is heading right for me and I didn't even see it go in.
“I completely forgot my celebration that I had planned. I had planned it so much and it was going to be the worm, but the emotion of scoring in a derby got to me and I ended up doing the Carlton dance!
“I prefer to play on the right and be more of an attacking threat, but as long as the gaffer is picking me, I will give 100 per cent and try and give everything I can.
“I got a dead leg late in the game which was sore but I soldiered on and it was a great result.
“We will not get carried away with it and I always believe in just winning the next game. If we keep doing that we will be up there anyway.
“We can say we won the last game against Spurs at the Boleyn Ground and they can never take that back from us now.
“We had some injuries to contend with but it shows we have got the squad to do it. We keep losing players and we are still getting results. Our squad is unreal.
“We lost our attacking players earlier in the season but we were still scoring goals and then we started losing our defenders and I have been playing right back. We just want to work for each other and it shows on the pitch.
“We believe we can go anywhere and get a result. We will now head to Everton and not go for a point, we will go for the three points and see what it happens. The fans might even see the worm if I get another goal!”