Carl Piergianni says confidence is so high in the Boston United camp that he believes he will score every time he pushes forward.
The central defender saw his run of five goals in as many games ended during Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Corby Town, although he did come close to extending his sequence with a header which struck the woodwork.
But with seven goals to his name ahead of last night’s clash at Worcester City, Piergianni remains in a bullish mood.
“It’s crazy that I somehow managed to score five in five, but it’s just confidence really,” he said. “Going into games I feel like I can score and get on the end of every set piece.
“Ever since I’ve been here I’ve looked to get my head to things, but never really converted many chances.
“Luckily my heading seems to have improved and I’m scoring goals.”
Piergianni was also quick to praise teammates Zak Mills, Dylan McEvoy and Grant Roberts, claiming their deliveries make his job even easier.
He added: “I’ve so many different options Zak’s long throw and great quality from Grant and Dylan, they make it easy for me. Credit to the lads for doing that, they make it exciting to play.
“Every time they’re up front I want the ball to go out for a throw or a corner so I can get up there.”