ANDY BOOTH can fire confident Town towards promotion tomorrow by hitting another goals record.
That's the view of his manager, Peter Jackson, as Town tackle Yeovil with Booth just one short of Billy Smith's career tally of 126 strikes for the club.
"It will be a special moment if Boothy can get level with such a legend in front of his own fans," said Jackson, who has rubbished reports he's watching the Helmond Sport striker Robert Braber.
"It will be even better if Boothy can get a couple in a win, and I wouldn't bet against him on such a big occasion, because the fans will be right behind him and he's in great form."
Town will do a lap of honour after the game, but only if supporters stay off the pitch.
"It's all about the three points tomorrow," added Jackson. "There will be a big crowd and, obviously, a lot of excitement if we win to keep up pressure for automatic promotion, but we can't come round and thank all the fans if they're on the pitch."