The 27-year-old has been in form for Queens Park Rangers lately.
The forward says the convincing derby victory - QPR's first after 16 failed London derby attempts - was as deserved by the supporters as it was the players.
And he also stresses that he is working on improving several aspects of his game. Indeed, it's not all about scoring goals for Chery.
The 27-year-old told the QPR site: "The atmosphere was unbelievable - really enjoyable to play in. The fans were fantastic and I am really happy for them.They deserved this win, like we all did.
"I am in the side to score and assist goals but I know my job is much more than that.
"I am working hard on all parts of my game and I am growing in confidence more and more with the more minutes I play."
Chery has easily been one of QPR's better signings in recent seasons and, along with Sebastian Polter, is giving supporters at Loftus Road plenty of cheer about.
Several of QPR's existing charges are also performing, however. Clint Hill has been immense and Junior Hoilett has really produced some form over the last few weeks.
Next up for the R's is a long trip to Preston North End at the weekend. At home, the west London side have been brilliant lately but their last away trip saw a poor performance at MK Dons.