TOWN talisman Andy Booth today celebrated a stunning success and vowed: "This could be our special season."
The 31-year-old substitute scored a sensational last-gasp header to seal Saturday's 3-2 win against Brentford which put Town joint top of League I.
It was the perfect way to send Peter Jackson's side into Wednesday's Carling Cup second round tie at Premiership Blackburn (8.00) and Booth beamed:
"We've got a great set of lads and there's no better place to be than up at the top of the table.
"To come back twice from behind against a team as tough as Brentford shows the character the lads have got and we could have a special season this time.
"The fans were brilliant. They've been right behind us ever since Peter Jackson came back to the club and, if they stick with us, they could be in for some exciting times ahead."
Booth struck five minutes and 28 seconds into stoppage time to win it after Danny Schofield had equalised just two minutes earlier.
"The game looked like it was over, but when I saw the ball drop at Danny's feet I thought there's no-one better to have that chance at this time," added Booth.
"It was a great finish from Danny and then I had a word with the ref to say there must be two or three minutes left because of all the time wasting Brentford had been doing - and there was just enough!
"Nathan Clarke put the ball exactly where I wanted it from the long throw.
"I leaped and beat Marcus Gayle in the air and as soon as I headed it I knew it was in.
"What a brilliant feeling! Every goal you score is fantastic but that one was special."
Tom Clarke is suspended for one match at Ewood Park after his red card on Saturday, so John McCombe is all set to step in for a first start of the season.