The West Ham United midfielder chose his last-gasp winner at Everton as the best strike of his time in England so far.
West Ham United star Dimitri Payet has told the club's official website that of all the fine goals he scored during his debut season at the club, the one which stood out the most was the last-gasp winner at Everton.
Amongst those 12 goals there have been some superb strikes, such as the FA Cup quarter-final free-kick against Manchester United at Old Trafford, and other set-pieces against Blackburn Rovers and Crystal Palace.
However, rather than choosing any of those strikes, the French international named his last-minute winner at Goodison Park as the goal which stands above any other, mainly because of it's significance.
He told the club's website: "Of course there are the two free-kicks at Old Trafford and at home to Crystal Palace, but the most important one came away to Everton because it was the winning goal in our comeback."
That goal was a hugely important one at the time for Payet's side, who were pushing to break into the top four.
The Hammers were 2-0 down with a little over 12 minutes to play when Michail Antonio pulled a goal back, and after Diafra Sakho had equalised just three minutes later, Payet struck with time virtually up to complete a stunning late turnaround.