RECALLED wideman Gary Taylor-Fletcher insisted Town are still hunting automatic promotion and vowed today: "Watch us go!"
The 24-year-old starred as Town went fifth when ending Colchester's 10-match winning run 2-0 in front of 13,515 at the Galpharm.
Now, he's targeting a maximum points haul at Blackpool tomorrow night (7.45) and at home to MK Dons to pile pressure on top two Southend and Colchester.
"These are the teams we have to beat if we want promotion and our aim is still very much automatic," said Fletch today.
"There's no reason why we can't make it nine points out of nine this week and set ourselves up nicely for the massive game down at Swansea.
"We've talked about getting on a winning run and the lads are up to go for it. We've just beaten a team who were absolutely flying and we're determined to keep it going."
Andy Holdsworth, now only on stand-by for the League Under 21 side, is back after a one-match ban tomorrow as Town chase back-to-back League wins for the first time since mid-October and a double over Blackpool, who lost 3-0 at bottom club MK Dons on Saturday.
"The lads are confident," added Fletch. "We played poorly and won on Saturday, so now we have to capitalise."