ASMIR Begovic described as a moment he would “treasure” his memorable strike against Southampton.

The Cherries keeper is tomorrow set to face up against the side he wrote his name into the record books against.

His goal for Stoke against Saints in November 2013 measured a staggering 91.9 metres and was entered into the 2015 Guinness Book of World Records for the longest goal scored in football.

The strike is Begovic’s only competitive goal but he refused to rule out any further efforts in future.

Reflecting on that moment for the Potters, the former Portsmouth stopper told the Daily Echo: “It was a great occasion for me and it is something I will treasure for the rest of my life.

“For it to happen against Southampton was one of those things and it was a pretty cool moment.

“Maybe I will add to it in the future, we will see.”

The strike at the Brittania Stadium, registered after 13 seconds, bounced over then Saints stopper Artur Boruc – now a team-mate of Begovic at Cherries.

Quizzed on whether he had spoken to the Polish keeper about the goal, Begovic replied: “We try not to bring it up too much!

“It wasn’t brought up by me but we laugh about it now.”