Saturday marked an important landmark in the career of Chuks Aneke – he made his 50th MK Dons start, 150th career start, while he also netted his 50th career goal.
His 29th-minute strike was his seventh in all competitions this season, and means the striker has scored in all bar one of his Sky Bet League Two appearances this campaign.
Talking to iFollow MK Dons following the final whistle on Saturday, the 25-year-old spoke of his pleasure having given Paul Tisdale’s side all three points in Cambridgeshire.
“I’m delighted to score goals and long may it continue. It’s three wins on the bounce now, we’re getting into a rhythm so it’s all good.
“It’s my job to score goals and every time I get onto the pitch I’m looking to score.
“I think as a team we’re playing really well – long may it continue as we’ve got a long way to go.”
Aneke also spoke highly of the MK Dons faithful – 951 of which made the journey down to The Abbey Road Stadium.
“I’ve been here for a while and the fans have always been good. They always cheer us on and give us that extra motivation – we’re delighted with the three points.”