Kieran Agard netted his ninth goal of the season in Saturday’s win over Macclesfield Town and in the process, became the first MK Dons player since Izale McLeod in 2006 to score in four successive games.
In just 18 appearances, Agard has already bettered his record from last campaign and is eager to continue his rich vein of form.
“I just want to score as many as I can,” Agard told the media following the full-time whistle.
“I'm thankful, I'm scoring a lot more, I'm playing more consistently, and I'm staying on the pitch. I'm thankful for the team as well who are creating opportunities for me – I always think I'm going to get opportunities - it's up to me to put them in.
“I'm always confident I could score goals. Even if I go through periods where I'm not scoring, I'm confident in my game – I’m thankful it's coming together now.”
The win over Macclesfield means Paul Tisdale’s side are now unbeaten in their last 10 Sky Bet League Two outings, however, Agard is keen to make sure the Dons remain grounded and take it one game at a time.
“We want to prepare for each game in the same way, whether they are top of the league or at the bottom. I think today, we did that, we stayed patient and got our just desserts.
“We know that chances will come when we're out there, and they come right through the team. Everyone pulls their weight, it starts from the back, and we're confident coming into games.”
“At the moment, it means nothing – we want to be top in May. We'll continue to do what we're doing, take each game as it comes, prepare right and keep going about our business.
We're a confident bunch of lads, and obviously, we were disappointed to lose midweek, but fair play, we've bounced back and it puts us in good stead for next week.”