Walsall striker Josh Gordon is looking to add to the goal he scored against Scunthorpe United in the final two games of the season.
The 26-year-old netted his first goal since January when he doubled the Saddlers’ lead with a neat finish at the weekend.
Gordon was delighted to see the ball hit the back of the net and find himself back on the scoresheet.
“As a striker you want to be scoring goals,” he said.
“I’ve had a bit of a drought but I don’t think the opportunities which I’d have liked to. We’ve been feeding off scraps for a few games trying to find our way off playing.
“I can score goals, I’ve shown it in the three years that I’ve been here. Opportunities like that where I get the instinct of doing what I know can do and I get my goal, hopefully I can get a couple more before the end of the season.”
“We were able to interchange positions but we were still always attacking. I was able to stay more central by having Wes, Ty, Paddy and Kins there doing it all that work allowed me to do my work in the box. I got my opportunity and I got my goal.”
The Saddlers have two more games left to play this season against Morecambe at the Banks’s Stadium before a trip to Carlisle United on the final day.
Gordon is keen to end the season on a high both individually and as a team.
“It’s all about getting as much out of it as we can,” he insists.
“That’s everybody, finishing on a high, doing it for ourselves and doing it for the club until the end of the season.”
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