Kieran Agard took his goal tally for the season to 14 last weekend but the striker wants to add more before the end of April and help the side finish as high up the table as possible.
The result kept the Dons in the top-half of the Sky Bet League One table and also moved them a point closer to the top-10 – Robbie Neilson’s side are now just five points adrift of Oxford United.
“We want to finish as high as we can,” Agard said after Saturday’s clash with Swindon Town.
“I think the boys will work hard towards that. Hopefully we can go out there and get the results we deserve.”
“It's disappointing to come away with a 1-1 draw but we'll learn from it and we will go again,” Agard said of the result.
Agard’s strike at The County Ground looked to have secured his team much more than just a point but Jonathan Obika’s 90th-minute goal for the Robins, along with a number of missed opportunities, saw the men from MK1 have to settle for a draw.
“I always want to score and as long as I'm scoring and helping the team, I'm happy.”
He added: “I was pleased to score. I practice penalties a lot in training, so I picked the ball up and I was confident.
“We won't let it go to waste. We’ll learn from it, get back on the training pitch and look forward to Friday.”
“The lads were fantastic today and we dominated the game. We felt we controlled the game so we’re disappointed not to win but over the season, these things tend to even out.