Liam Boyce hopes his goal-scoring form continues as The Brewers return to League One action.
The Brewers booked themselves a spot in the FA Cup Third Round draw courtesy of the strikers ninth goal of the season in their win against Oldham.
Boyce said: “We were really good on the ball, we were flying balls across the box and if anything, we probably should have taken more.
“We just kept doing it and if you keep putting teams under pressure, putting balls in the box, one of them is going to go in.”
Nigel Clough’s side will look for their striker to continue his goal scoring form as they take on a struggling Southend side on Tuesday evening.
Boyce explained: “We’ve been doing it for weeks, getting people in the box and in around the six-yard box. That is two in the last two games I have scored from the same position.
“They are the best goals as a striker when you can just stand there and hit it, I’d rather score 20 of those a season than ten screamers.”
And Boyce remains positive that his goal tally will continue to rise.
He said: “I just keep going and no matter who the opposition is, I’ll just keep getting in the box and hopefully they’ll keep coming.”
Brewers fans will be hoping to see Boyce on the scoresheet as they host The Shrimpers at the Pirelli Stadium, with a 7.45pm kick off tomorrow.