Usain Bolt is off the mark! The world's fastest man made his debut as a substitute for A-League outfit Central Coast Mariners in August after they drafted him.
And a couple of months on, he's bagged a brace on his first start for the club - with the first goal a very tidy finish.
The Jamaican got played in behind, displayed pace and power before slotting home brilliantly with his left peg.
He was understandably buzzing with his goal and proceeded to celebrate in the only way he knows how to - by doing his trademark pose.
The 32-year old didn't have to wait long before he had his second, making the most of a goalkeeping error and tapping into an empty net. This time, he celebrated by doing the 'shoot' dance.
The partnership with former Leeds and Aston Villa man Ross McCormack and Bolt already has the potential to surpass the pairing of Peter Crouch and Jermain Defoe.
Here's hoping Bolt continues to impress and earns himself a contract with Mariners...
He made his professional debut for the Mariners back in August, coming on in the 70th minute against an amateur team in Gosford, north of Sydney.
It was an historic moment for both the player and club - Bolt finally realised his dream of playing professionally, even if it was a brief 20 minute cameo, and the Mariners picked up huge coverage from around the world - a win-win for all involved.