The Czech Republic international was pleased with his performance.
Jiri Skalak feels there is plenty more to come from him this season after he set up both goals in Brighton & Hove Albion’s 2-1 win at Birmingham City on Tuesday night.
Skalak’s pin-point free-kick was nodded home by Connor Goldson to cancel out Kyle Lafferty’s opener, before the Czech Republic international’s corner was met by Lewis Dunk’s towering header shortly after the restart.
He said, “The match was difficult. We conceded an early goal but I’m glad we turned it around.
“It was a real battle but we played well under the circumstances.
“We got the two goals and the last 20 minutes was about doing what we needed to do defensively to keep the result. But we are happy with how we managed to do that.
“I’m pleased the manager gave me an opportunity in such an important game and it was nice to have the responsibility for free-kicks.
“But I don’t think I’m playing at my maximum. I hope not! I know I can do more.”
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