Inigo Calderon has laughed off a stunning overhead kick goal as “the first and last” of his career.

But his spectacular strike in India is still topped by a cracker at the Amex.

Calderon connected with a bicycle kick at the far post to help champions Chennaiyin win 4-2 at Pune City, their first victory of the campaign.

It was a clever finish by the right-back and helped him to man-of-the-match honours.

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But he still rates a long-ranger past David James (above) against Bristol City for Albion in the 2011-12 season as his top strike.

Asked whether it was his first overhead kick goal, Calde told The Argus: “Yes, first and last!

“It’s not my best goal, though. Bristol is my favourite.”

Calderon fired into a top corner for the best goal.

He also fondly recalls a left-foot finish against Yeovil at Withdean, when he was found by a pass from fellow full-back Marcos Painter.

He took the ball down on his right foot and curled home with his left.

Albion fans still celebrate in song another Calderon goal – turned home unwittingly with his face against Leeds after Beram Kayal’s shot was saved.