STEVE PARISH has looked back on Dwight Gayle's goal at Aston Villa last season with admiration.
The last-gasp strike won goal of the season at the club's awards night earlier in May.
And Parish says he had a feeling Gayle would score a second gem at Fulham when he stepped up for the free-kick with several minutes remaining.
"I think, technically, Dwight's goal at Villa was our best," he said.
"You have to put it into context it as well. It was a nothing sort of game, he comes on, a long ball down the pitch and it was Ian Wright-esque.
"There was nothing on, oh well, I'll just stick it in the top corner. What a wonderful story.
"And that third goal against Liverpool, it was Wright and Bright when Glenn Murray chested it down for him.
"I think he deserved the accolade for goal of the season at Villa. He has played more than his part this season, even though he hasn't had that many minutes.
"When he put it down for the free-kick at Fulham, I did think he was going to score as well.
"Give him a chance and he will score.
"I was actually disappointed he didn't get a hat-trick against Liverpool too!"