GOAL hero Andy Booth today put personal targets to one side and focused on a final team push towards promotion glory.

The 30-year-old frontman needs just one goal to become only the fifth player in Town history to score 100 for the club following his strike in last night's fantastic 1-0 win at Northampton.

Town - now guaranteed at least a play-off place - still need five points to be certain of automatic promotion as Torquay (with a better goal difference) can win up to reach 83 points.

Should Peter Jackson's side win at Hull on Saturday, however, and Torquay fail to win at Cheltenham, Town would secure their first outright promotion in 21 years.

"We've given ourselves a great chance and this is what football is all about," said Booth, who paid tribute to the 1,171 travelling fans at Sixfields.

"It would be great to score my 100th goal to help us go up, but I'm not bothered in the slightest if I don't score another as long as we get promotion.

"This is just what the club needed after last year and I think people can see it's a completely different club.

"Ken Davy deserves a lot of credit for what he has done, we couldn't wish to have a better manager and coach and the lads are loving it.

"If we can get promotion now - with a cracker of a match at Hull to come - what an achievement that would be."

Town take 3,844 fans to the KC Stadium knowing Efe Sodje and Danny Schofield will be playing their last matches of the season after being handed two-match bans by the FA for their dismissals against Scunthorpe.

Booth added: "The fans have been superb all season and they were brilliant last night when we needed them.

"I think they appreciate just how hard the lads are working to get us up.