WHO will win the race to become Town's top scorer this season?
It could be Andy Booth, who drew level with Pawel Abbott on 13 goals thanks to last weekend's stunning hat trick of headers in the 4-1 victory against Rotherham.
Booth would have to be the bookies' favourite, especially with Abbott currently out of the side after nursing a back injury.
But don't forget the man who is just one behind them following his cracking 12th goal of the campaign in the closing stages against the Millers at the Galpharm.
Gary Taylor-Fletcher - the last man before Booth to get a hat trick for Town in the Carling Cup win at Chesterfield earlier this season, his first goals for the club - is proving a highly versatile competitor and more than useful marksman.
If it comes to the play-offs, too, Fletch is an old hand having featured in the last two for his previous club, Lincoln City.
The Liverpudlian is hoping, however, to avoid the post-season knockout by helping clinch an automatic promotion place for Town, and he's not really bothered who finishes top scorer as long as Peter Jackson's men end up in the top two.
"When you look at the run-in, our destiny is in our own hands," he commented.
"A lot of the teams around the top have still got to play each other and that means we've still got a great chance.
"We have shown everyone that we are up for the fight - and we will battle right to the end if we have to.
"Last week was a cracking win for us and it was important not only to get the three points but to give our goal difference a bit of a boost as well.
"Sometimes it comes down to that at the end of the day and the more we can improve our goal difference, the better."
Town have scored 11 times in their last three home games, conceding just three, but away from home they've had only one League win since November.
Fletch is keen to play a big part in the closing fixtures, but he had to come off the bench again to make the scoresheet against Rotherham six minutes from time.
"I took the ball first and then played it out wide before continuing my run," he recalled.
"Andy Holdsworth managed to find me with the return and I just took it on my chest and made a good volley for a decent finish.
"It was nice to get a goal and it takes me to 12 for the season, so I'm happy with that."
Fletch had nothing but admiration for Andy Booth's headed hat trick.
"Boothy is an absolute legend and they were three great finishes," he said.
"Perhaps he should have had four, but you care just cruising when you've got a hat trick and, when he came off, he got a great reception and fully deserved it.
"The win was just what we needed to close things up at the top of the table and, while other clubs have still got games in hand, the race for automatic promotion is still anyone's.
"Any club that puts a good run of wins together is going to be there or thereabouts and we need to get ourselves ready to produce that sort of form.
"If we can get three points at Port Vale (today) we will be right up there and the mood in the camp is fantastic. The lads are up for a fight this run-in."