Loanee Matty Kennedy has his eyes set on helping MK Dons return to winning ways at stadiummk this weekend.
The Dons host Crawley Town on Saturday looking to build on their hard-fought victory over Coventry City by putting an end to a run of five straight home games without success.
Winger Kennedy was one of many Dons players who impressed in that 2-1 win at Sixfields last weekend and the 19-year-old is confident the side has what it takes to change their fortunes at home.
He told the media: “I’ve just found out that stat because I’ve only played in one of the games but I don’t understand why because there are plenty of boys in the team who are capable of scoring goals.
“Hopefully I can come in and score a few goals and take my chances, so let’s see what happens.
“I don’t really think about the play-offs but if we do our job then it’s going to work out at the end of the day. If we keep winning then that will be good.”
Despite only joining the Dons three weeks ago, Kennedy has quickly settled into life at stadiummk and could be in line to make his third appearance against the Red Devils on the weekend.
“It was quite rushed at first but since I’ve got here all the boys have made me feel welcome,” the Scotland Under-21 international added. “I moved into an apartment a couple of days ago and I’ve settled in quickly because the boys have taken me out for meals and things like that.
“Obviously it’s good to have other young boys about because they’re going through the same as you. James has come from Swansea so he’s going through the same as me as well, so I get on well with him. It’s good to have other young boys about.”