TOWN hero Rob Edwards hopes to maintain a proud TV record when Hartlepool visit the Galpharm Stadium tonight (8.00).
The club captain has twice scored winning goals for Town in live satellite screenings and he was also on the mark for previous club Chesterfield when the cameras rolled a couple of season's ago.
So the popular play-off star would like nothing better than to score tonight and help Peter Jackson's unbeaten side chalk a first home win of the season and go third in League I.
"I've got a good record on Sky with goals against Man City, Blackburn Rovers and then one for Chesterfield, so it would be great to keep that going," said Edwards, who has recovered from a calf injury.
"The most important thing, though, is that we get back to something like our best form and put on a show.
"It hasn't really happened for us yet despite getting four points on the board.
"The best we've played was at Rotherham pre-season, so we've got to try and reach those heights again."
Edwards says Hartlepool will be a tough nut to crack.
"We have stepped up a level and we have to cope with teams coming to the stadium to spoil," he said. "The lads are up for it, though."