PAWEL ABBOTT today told Town's fans: "I'm back to help win promotion."
The 24-year-old played 90 minutes in the Reserves' 1-1 draw at Oldham last night after a month out suffering a back injury.
It was enough to earn him an immediate recall to manager Peter Jackson's first-team squad for Saturday's trip to Gillingham and, with six games left, Abbott is determined to make a telling contribution.
"My back is still a bit sore but I've really missed playing and I want to be a part of helping the club get promoted," said Abbott, who last scored on January 28.
"Now I've played I can really crack on with sharpening up in training and start to focus on trying to win back my place.
"It won't be easy because the lads have been doing really well, but I'm up for the battle and hungry to get back among the goals.
"If I can produce the form of my first six games in the last six then I'll be very happy, but I don't care who finishes top scorer as long as their goals take us to promotion."
Tickets are selling well for Gillingham and fans will be able to pay on the day. However tickets are on sale at the Galpharm until 3pm tomorrow.
There are still Travel Club seats available (book by tomorrow).
The final game at Swindon on May 6 will be all-ticket.
Coaches Terry Yorath and Martyn Booty are guests of the Patrons in the Panasonic Suite tonight (8.00).