ANDY BOOTH today dedicated his "special goal" to young son Harrison and backed Town to finish the season in style.
Harrison was a mascot as Booth notched his 109th goal in Town colours to go fourth in the all-time scoring list in the 3-1 win against Doncaster Rovers.
Booth's strike took him past Les Massie's 39-year record of 108 and leaves him behind just Billy Smith, Jimmy Glazzard and George Brown in the Leeds Road pecking order.
More importantly, it came between goals from Pawel Abbott and Chris Brandon which helped push Peter Jackson's side up to eighth in the table, just six points off the play-offs, with four matches to play.
Colchester are next up at the Galpharm on Saturday, when Booth hopes Town can match last season's best run of six successive wins.
"I knew the goal took me past Les Massie's total and I'll dedicate the goal to Harrison because it was a special day with him being a mascot," said Booth today.
"It was great to see him in the dressing rooms beforehand and, even though he wouldn't run out onto the field with us because he was a bit overawed, it was nice to have him there for the special goal."
Booth added: "It was a really good performance by all the lads and, playing like we are, I don't see any reason why we can't make it six on the trot.
"The play-offs might be just out of reach, but we'll give it a go anyway."