Front-man on target in draw with County...WILL Grigg got his name on the scoresheet for the 11th time this season when he coolly tucked home a first half penalty against Notts County.
"Paty did really well to win the penalty," he said. "There was quite a long delay before I could take it, which I've never had to deal with before, but I knew exactly where I wanted to put it and didn't change my mind. The 'keeper went down early, so it was nice and easy.
"I thought that we were the better team during the first half and created a number of chances. We didn't really get going again after the break and they coped better with the conditions than we did.
"We were a bit leggy towards the end, but it was another point towards our total and another game undefeated.
"Things are certainly moving in the right direction; it's about continuing to pick up points and from my own personal point of view, I just want to keep adding to my goals tally.
"I am pleased to have got into double figures and it gives me something to build on for the rest of the season.
"The fluidity we have with the likes of Febian Brandy and Jamie Paterson running at teams will always see us cause problems and create chances. It's encouraging to see that the goals are being spread around the team and we are not just relying on one person.
"The Gaffer puts a lot of trust into the players; we work hard in training and everyone knows what is expected of them and does their job.
"Things have certainly been clicking into place and it is working well for us. As I say, it's a real team effort with everyone playing their part.
"We've come along way recently and now we are focussed on what is another big game for us on Saturday at Brentford."