JUBILANT Luke Beckett plans to build on his match-winning double and fire Town back towards the play-offs.
The 28-year-old opened his Galpharm account in fine style in Saturday's 3-2 win against Bournemouth which lifted Town to 13th, eight points off the top six.
On loan from Sheffield United, Beckett is now gunning for Walsall at the Bescot Stadium on Saturday - and he's hinted he may stay longer than a month with Town if he remains surplus to Championship requirements at Bramall Lane.
"It was a great feeling to get those two goals and, more importantly, it was fantastic to celebrate a win," said Beckett, who has his hands full at home with eight-week old twin girls.
"I know the gaffer had been after me for a few weeks and, after missing out in my first game, it was nice to repay his faith with a couple of goals to help towards a win.
"Everyone was just happy to get the victory because we have been slipping of late and we needed to get those three points on the board.
"Hopefully it will have given the fans a lift and a good few will travel down to Walsall. The dressing room is positive and we're looking to go on from here."
Beckett netted after 34 and 45 minutes after Pawel Abbott had scored his 19th goal of the season from the spot.
James Hayter scored both for Bournemouth, whose second-half surge had a crowd of 9,754 on the edge of their seats.
"We battered them in the first half and then they came back strongly at us in the second," said Beckett.
"It wasn't pretty, but it was very tough for us towards the end because Bournemouth, who are a good side, just kept coming at us.
"We had to dig in and I suppose it could have been five apiece at the end, but we were just happy to get the points and I was really pleased with my goals.
"That's what I'm paid to do, that's what Peter Jackson has brought me in to do and I loved it on Saturday.
"Hopefully they are the first two goals of many more to come because it feels good to be playing every Saturday again, rather than being part of a squad system, so I'll look to stay as long as I can until United want me back."