Cameron Jerome has netted seven goals in 18 appearances for MK Dons this season and says he’s loving his time at Stadium MK.
The striker has become the focal point of the Dons attack and has quickly established playing relationships with the likes of Scott Fraser, Ben Gladwin, Lasse Sorensen and Andrew Surman.
The 34-year-old knew coming playing for Russell Martin’s side would see chances fall his way and despite his impressive tally – Jerome wants more.
“Coming here, speaking to the Gaffer and seeing the way the team is designed for a striker – I knew I’d score goals.” Jerome told iFollow MK Dons.” Your reward for all the hard work you do off the pitch in this side is chances. I still think we could get more chances for the forward players, we could be more dominant in the final third and make better decisions as a team.
“When that clicks, we will have loads of chances in a game. We’ve got to take the chances that fall our way and make sure we are ruthless in front of goal. We’ve got to be hungry to score goals. With the quality we’ve got, we need to make sure we are in the right place at the right time.”
MK Dons recorded back-to-back wins for the first time this season after wins over Swindon Town and Bristol Rovers respectively – something Cameron Jerome was pleased to have ticked off.
“It’s the first time we’ve gone back to back this season, we’ve threatened to do it before and we’ve managed to follow it up. We knew what it was going to take, the performance probably wasn’t on par with some of the games we’ve played, but it’s a results business. I’d rather have the points on the board than games in hand.”