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COCK-A-HOOP Collin Samuel says he couldn't have dreamed of a better start to the New Year.

The St Johnstone supersub made himself the toast of Perth as he struck a late winner to move his side up to sixth - and finally smash Inverness Caley's 14-month unbeaten away record.

The Trinidad and Tobago hitman said: "It's a great way to start 2011. I couldn't be happier with how things turned out and the gaffer was delighted for me.

"I had a chance before my goal that didn't go my way but I made up for it so there's a bit of relief mixed with sheer delight.

"Inverness are a strong team who had an amazing record, which shows how hard it is to beat them.

"They're a difficult side so we're thrilled to get the better of them after having so much pressure.

"We've got a big game at Hearts in the Scottish Cup coming up so it will give us confidence. I'd like to start but it will be up to the boss."