St Mirren striker Steven Thompson said the Scottish Communities League Cup victory on Sunday would not sink until later on in the week.
The 34-year old scored his side's second goal as they came from behind to defeat Heart of Midlothian 3-2 at Hampden and was absolutely chuffed when interviewed after the famous victory.
"It's pretty much indescribable really. I've been dreaming about doing it ever since we beat Celtic (in the semi-finals) and I won't lie, I've not had a lot of sleep," he said.
"I made a near-post run and made sure I was really concentrating to make a good connection with the ball - you could probably see from my face that it was a dramatic moment.
"It's just an amazing feeling and in the next few days I'll realise what it means.
"I'm a supporter too and it's been a quarter of a century since we won a cup so it means everything to them.
"It's great to be part of the history of this football club and I'm bursting with pride."