DANNY SCHOFIELD is aiming to become the black sheep of his family on Saturday.
That's because they are all Doncaster Rovers supporters and will be in the away end for the Galpharm derby (3.00).
Scorer of Town's winning goal down at Peterborough, Schofield is keen to get cracking against his hometown club.
"While I supported Doncaster to an extent I wasn't a big supporter - but all my friends and family are and they'll be up in the South Stand," he said today.
"Hopefully I'll get a chance against them and it will be great if we can keep our winning run going.
"From a personal point of view, this season has been pretty disappointing, but I can't complain because I've had a few injury niggles and the young lads have come in and done really well.
"That extra competition just makes you want to work harder and play better.
"The goal last weekend was great and I'm looking to use these last few matches as a kick up the backside to be at my best for next pre-season."
Manager Peter Jackson, who believes his side have to win up to stand any chance of closing a nine-point gap on the play-off placings, added:
"Danny will be fired up to do well against Doncaster. Having scored last week, he has been excellent in training and looks to be back to his best form."
Town goalkeeper Paul Rachubka (back) was being put through his paces today to make or break his chances of playing against Dave Penney's side.
Phil Senior remains on standby.