The debate over heading will rumble on for a few more years yet says Luke Norris with the Stevenage striker believing that any future ban will come long after his career has ended.

The 29-year-old scored a typical centre-forward's goal in the 3-0 FA Cup win at King's Lynn Town, meeting a perfect Luther James-Wildin cross to head home from inside the six-yard box.

And he admits that the goal is a perfect example of his favourite type of strike.

He said: "My favourite goals have always been headers, I’ve said it many times. 

"There is so much talk about it these days but it is always nice when headers go in. 

"I’m that old school number nine and that is right up my street. 

"But to be fair Luther put it right inside the six-yard box and I couldn’t really miss. 

"It was nice to see it fly in. 

"A lot us would be out of a career if [a ban on heading] ever happened. 

"I don’t know, I don’t think it’ll happen in my time but there is a lot of research about it. 

"While I’m a pro I don’t think it’ll affect us."