Alhagi Touray Sisay was overjoyed after scoring his first two goals for Haverfordwest County in the club's 2-0 victory over Flint Town United at the weekend.

The striker said after the game: "It is unbelievable for me. I think we worked hard the last games and we desired to win this game, and hopefully there is more to come.

"I think nothing changed we just kept going with the philosophy we started the season with. We are a team that want to play and want to create chances. We want to show good football and I think we did that today, and I think that is what we are going to keep doing and that is why we keep going and we keep believing. The lads put in a great effort. We believe in our work and the work the staff are doing and it pulled off today.

"The club and the chairman, everyone is just helping me to settle in and giving me good facilities to work and be ready for games. I am grateful for the help the club is giving me.

"The last games have been a bit frustrating. I have had many chances to score my first goal and to be fair I just kept calm. I knew the goals were coming. I spoke to the gaffer and they came today."

Wayne Jones was just has happy after the Bluebirds finally got their first league win of the season.

The manager commented: "Delighted to be honest with you. We worked hard this week, we ironed out a few things and we really worked on five at the back. We got a clean sheet and granted, the game changed with their sending offs, but we did everything we were asked of today. I thought tactically we were good. I thought our effort and desire, putting bodies on the line which maybe we have not been doing and to see that and the players going down at the end I think it showed that effort they all put in.

"We lost Shephard, Jazz is still suspended, Elliot's nursing a knock from last week, we did not really want to play him today if we could help it. Rees is strapped up, we have players who are walking wounded and they came through it. They all gave me and the club everything today. The work we put in to get that first win, I think the drink is going to go down smoother tonight."

Speaking about Sisay, Jones added: "To be fair to the lad he has worked hard. He has hit the bar, he has had goals disallowed. It was just a matter of time. Him and Ben, they are the type of strikers who once they start I don’t think they will stop. I said this in the meeting on Monday night that football can be like a P&O ferry; it takes hours and days to turn and once it turns hopefully we are on the straight and narrow. That is what we are looking for truth be told.

"Touray is a big physical lad. He beat them up if truth be told. He put himself about so much that in the end I think they feared him. Their manager got on to him, they tried their best to put him off and he kept his head down, disciplined and he kept about his game."

He continued about the two red cards in the game: "It was a physical game. They were bookable offences. The tackle was a bad one and a straight red so I think the ref got them right.

"It is a massive win because we want this place to be a fortress. We’ve played three games now and conceded one and that was against TNS and in that game we should have come away with more so we are not a million miles away. We wrote off last week. We were poor. I think we got what we deserved last week, and I think we got what we deserved this week in terms of the performance."