Arvydas Novikovas has vowed to work on his game and his goal celebration as he aims to gain a place in Hearts’ first-team.
The Lithuanian fired home a stunning equaliser against Dundee United at Tannadice to earn the capital club a share of the spoils.
Novikovas attempted a somersault to mark the occasion but things didn’t quite go to plan leaving the 21-year-old promising to do better.
He said: "The first jump was bad and I think David Templeton was too close so I was scared to do it (second one).
"The next time I promise I will do it properly if I score.
"It was probably the best I have scored in an official game, in friendly games I have scored some good goals.
"But it was a good goal. You must try to change the game when you come on and I did that."
Hearts boss Paulo Sergio felt his team did enough to claim all three points.
He added: "The first half was tight with no spaces to play but we lost a very sloppy goal.
"There was a header (from us) to the centre of the pitch and you never should do that but we created two or three good chances and scored one.
"In the second-half it was just Hearts, we were looking to win the game and created five or six chances and then, when we're troubling them, we lost another goal.
"I can't accept a corner that went on the floor all the way to the back and then goes in at the back post, so we were very poor defensively at the moment.
"Then we scored again but it was a disappointment.
"I think we deserved much more than this. We didn't win a point, we lost two but that is football."