Two-goal Stevenage hero knows exactly who he wants in round three of the FA Cup after beating King's Lynn Town - Arsenal.

The Stevenage-born striker scored two in the space of three minutes at the beginning of the second half, with Jamie Reid adding another two minutes later to secure a 3-0 win.

All eyes are now on Monday evening's draw with the possibility of a Premier League club on the table.

"Me and my family are all big Arsenal fans so home or away I’ll snap you hand off," said Norris.

"It was always going to be a tough day coming to a non-league club in the FA Cup. 

"There are always upsets and they were very good in the first half, they brought it to us. 

"We weren’t at our levels and we expected it, they went to Doncaster away and played them off the park. 

"We struggled at Doncaster so we knew it was going to be tough. 

"We all had strong words at half-time. We all knew it wasn’t good enough and we knew we had to come out strong. 

"And that was us, that’s why we are up there in the table, and three quick goals kills the tie. 

"It was very professional in the end." 

His brace puts the 29-year-old on the brink of a big personal milestone but while he admitted it would have been nice to get it here, the objective was victory.

Norris said: "I know what I need to do and I’m now one off a 100 goals I think, professionally, so the next one will be special. 

"It’s a shame it couldn’t be here but the main thing is we got through. 

"Jake Reeves coming on was a gamechanger because he gets on the ball and plays little short passes that gives time on the ball for everyone. 

"It’s overlooked sometimes. 

"We started the second half really well and three very good goals and I’m glad my strike partner and I got them. 

"We’ve got a real good competition up there. Danny Rose has been outstanding but he had a nasty knock last weekend. 

"And that gave Jamie and me a chance to play up front. We did it last year and know each other so well and it worked nicely."