Aiden O’Brien is certainly doing a good job of endearing himself to the Fratton faithful.
The January signing from Sunderland has made four appearances since joining Pompey – and scored in three of them.
After finding the net in victories over Doncaster and Shrewbsury, he came off the bench to grab a stoppage-time leveller against Fleetwood.
And whether he is on the pitch from the start or brought on to make an impact, the forward is delighted with his contribution.
He said: “I’ve only been able to experience it a couple of times so far, but the crowd here are so good.
“To score the equaliser at the Fratton End in such a tight game was an absolutely unbelievable feeling.
"It's a mentality thing and I’ve got that confidence in front of goal – it’s served me well during my time at Pompey."
“I’ve got three in three now and like I always say, I believe that if I get that chance, then I’m going to take it.
“It's a mentality thing and I’ve got that confidence in front of goal – it’s served me well during my time at Pompey.
“My two here have come from the bench and I’ve also scored when I’ve started, but I think I can get a run together.”
Pompey had to fight from three goals down to draw with Fleetwood, with Ronan Curtis and Marcus Harness beginning the fightback before the late drama.
O’Brien said: “We had plenty of chances and watching from the sidelines, there were a lot of good balls going into the box.
“They scored three goals that were, in my eyes, against the run of play and there’s a mountain to climb from there.
“We had some clear-cut opportunities and could have ended up winning the game, but we’ve taken a point and have to build from that.”