Paddy Madden targets 20 goals and the play-offs for Yeovil Town
Top scorer Paddy Madden has targeted 20 goals for the season and a place in the play-offs for Yeovil Town.
The Irishman has hit the net 13 times since originally heading south from Carlisle United on loan, notching six in his first three games as a permanently-contracted Glover.
His most recent brace came against MK Dons last night, with the 2-1 success at Huish Park propelling Yeovil to seventh in npower League One.
With the top six now back within touching distance, Madden said reaching those places as well as reaching 20 goals for the season were top of his priorities.
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He said: "We've kicked on and we've got a great three points that puts us right back up there and puts the pressure on the teams around us again.
"We know that the play-offs are our aim. We're doing very well now so we have to keep it up and who knows where we're leading but our aim for the end of the season is to be in the top six. I think we have the squad to do it.
"I'll just take each game as it comes and hopefully keep getting the goals but most important is getting the three points to keep pushing up the table.
"If I get the goals or one of the other lads get the goals it doesn't matter, getting the win is the main thing."
Madden was also at the centre of one of the game's other major talking points when he was felled off the ball by Dons' scorer Antony Kay.
The central defender saw red for his actions, prompting visiting manager Karl Robinson to accuse Madden of cheating.
The 22-year-old was also booked in the aftermath of the melee and said it was a spell of the game where tempers got out of control.
"He (Kay) just nudged me off the ball and I've got up to say 'What are you doing?' He's just given me one of them so you can't be doing that, I think he deserved the red.
"I couldn't understand what the yellow was for at all. I was just standing there on the line and everyone was having a pop at me but he came into me with the elbow, what else can the referee do?
"The gaffer (Gary Johnson) and all the staff said to just calm down and I know I was getting a bit heated myself from everyone was just nudging me and pushing me.
"I just had to keep my head and remember there's still a good bit in the game to go so obviously you don't want to retaliate and get sent off yourself."
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