UNDERSTATED Dorchester Town striker Klaidi Lolos preferred to keep a level head after scoring his first Magpies goal in the 2-2 draw with 10-man Walton Casuals on Saturday.

Lolos, 19, finished calmly in the seventh minute from fellow Plymouth Argyle loanee Tom Purrington’s pass to put Dorchester in control.

However, a madcap game saw Walton lead 2-1 following captain and keeper Alex Tokarczyk’s straight red for violent conduct on Callum Rose plus James Ewington and Manolis Gogonas goals.

Neil Martin’s deflected 95th-minute strike handed Dorchester a share of the points in a dramatic clash.

Speaking to Echosport, former Olympiakos man Lolos was modest in when appraising his performance.

He said: “Tom was running down the line and I looked in the box and Charlie (Davis) was making a forward run, so I thought I’d hold back. Tom pulled it back to me and I took my time, took a touch, and finished it – I’m happy about it.

“I thought I did well. I’m obviously looking to improve my hold up play and today was a good game.”

Quizzed on his main aims for the duration of his stay at the Clayson Stadium, Lolos felt match minutes were key.

He said: “Just to get some experience and as much game time as possible because I haven’t had the chance.

“I have come on in quite a few league games for Argyle but haven’t got the nineties in on a Saturday.

“Tom come here and hopefully play every Saturday will be good for me because I’ll get my fitness back up.

“I’ve come here to score some goals and help the team get out of the difficult spot they’re in. I’m enjoying it so far.”

Dorchester Town visit Frome Town in the Southern League Challenge Cup second round tomorrow (7.45pm).