WHEN it comes to attacking back-up, there are few players in the Third Division with as much skill and flair as Danny Schofield.
He raids dangerously from midfield - he was denied a goal against Boston only by a neat tip-over from Paul Bastock - and that's the position in which manager Peter Jackson believes he can do most damage.
For his part, Schofield is enjoying playing in behind Nat Brown and Jon Stead, a couple of strikers who are also on top of their games at the moment.
"Nat is doing really well and, when he gets a goal under his belt, I've no doubt he will get some more," said Schofield.
"As for Steady, his record speaks for itself and I just hope we can keep him at the club.
"No-one has scored more goals in the division, he has got a brilliant eye for goal and his performances all through the season have been excellent.
"Everyone wants a player like that to stay in your team, but everyone wants to play at the highest level and whether he will move on in the near future, we'll just have to wait and see."
On his own form, Schofield added: "I would like to get more goals, but we are going well, getting a few away wins too and I'm happy.
"There are some games when you've got a job to do which doesn't allow you to attack as much as you would like, which is how it was for me against Boston.
"I had to mark the blond haired lad (Lee Beevers) and that meant I was playing almost like a wing-back.
"I'll do the defensive side for the good of the team, but I've got to admit I'm at my happiest when I'm attacking, linking with the forwards and having a pop at goal."