Not many opposing players come away from Stamford Bridge with a goal, fewer still come away with a smile. Luke Moore, the young Aston Villa striker, did manage to score against Chelsea on Saturday but that hardly made him happy.
Villa earned much credit in losing 2-1 to Chelsea but Moore regards that praise as patronising.
"I know a lot of people will say we came away from Chelsea with credit, but at the end of the day we were trying to be winners there and we didn't win," Moore said. "We scored against Chelsea, but the lads were dejected after the game, because we gave it a good go, but they're such a strong team.
"I can't see anyone going to Stamford Bridge and getting a result this season, even getting a point. If they play to anywhere near their capabilities, they're going to roll everyone over.
"We worked really hard and I think we can build on the performance, but obviously that's no consolation when you head home after a defeat. We've set our standards now and we've just got to try and keep to them.
"For me it's all about getting games. I've scored goals all my life and hopefully I'm going to score a lot at this level."
Moore's goal, which came after 44 minutes, was the first that Chelsea have conceded in the Premiership this season. It meant that the striker won £10,000 to give to a charity of his choice and ensured that Moore could keep his place in the team.