ALIREZA JAHANBAKHSH admits it is a big relief he has found his scoring form after a wonder-strike against Chelsea.

Jahanbakhsh did not have a Prem goal to his name eight months and 26 games into his Albion career.

But has now scored two in two after his overhead-kick earned a 1-1 draw against Chelsea.

He was the last player down the tunnel as Amex fans cheered him off.

He said: “Whoever scored an important goal like that would have got the same reception.

“For me it was a different feeling because I hadn’t played for a long time and to score twice in a row is a big relief for me mentally and also physically to get back my confidence.

“It has been a great week for me. I have waited for my chance for a long time and I just wanted to grab it when I got it.”

He added: “I’m delighted to get my chance to be an important player for the team and to score a goal. That is something people expected much earlier from me.

“It didn’t happen and 2019 wasn’t the best year in my career but, hopefully, I can make it a better year this time round and help with better performances.

“I lost myself for a while. I didn’t have the best performances last season but now I am glad that I have helped the team the last two games.”

The Iran star admitted the strike was his best yet.

He said: “By far it is the best, especially in such an important game, against such an important team. It couldn’t be any better.”