It took Bradley Dack just 29 minutes to open his league account in his first season as a Championship player in 2018-19.
It's taken the playmaker a little longer in 2019-20 in the second tier, but he's now up and running following his strike against West Bromwich Albion after only 25 seconds.
Hopefully it's the first of many this term for the Rovers number 23, who admitted he was relieved to break his duck in the league.
“It's nice to get off the mark in the league because it's been a bit of a long time coming," he admitted to iFollow Rovers.
“It had been playing on my mind a little bit, so it's nice to get on the scoresheet and open my account for the season in the league.
“The disappointment was of course the weekend result, but on a personal note it was nice to score.
“I'm a little frustrated that we have a break in the schedule now because you always want to go on a little run of scoring goals and helping the team," he added.
“But at the same time it will be nice to have a little break and then aim to carry on the goalscoring form over the next few games when we get back to business.”