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Curtis Weston hopes to add more goals this season after getting off the mark for Barnet against FC Halifax Town
It counted for nothing at full time but Curtis Weston’s first goal for Barnet was certainly worth the wait.
The 26-year-old netted a stunning long-range strike in the Bees 2-1 defeat against FC Halifax Town, his first for the club.
Weston hopes it is the first of many this season and is encouraged by the start Barnet have made to the campaign.
He said: “I am playing slightly more advanced this season instead of sitting in front of the defence. So I have a license to get forward now and that hopefully means I can add a few goals.
"I don’t think I even celebrated my first goal. We just got back behind the ball and were ready to go again because it’s all about the result. We didn’t get that on Saturday but we will go again this weekend."
Weston has been the Bees stand-out performer this season but admitted Barnet must start producing consistent performances in game.
“It is disappointing,” Weston said. "We have talked about that and only performing for 45 or 60 minutes. We will try and work on that and put our finger on where it is going wrong.
“Hopefully we can do that and then perform consistently over 90 minutes.”
When asked about his strong start to the campaign, the midfielder said: “I think I play well when the team players well and that is what we are doing at the moment.
"We are all focused on achieving promotion this season I am just concentrating on my performances.”
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