AFC Wimbledon striker Tom Elliott couldn’t be happier with his partnership with Lyle Taylor.
The Dons reaped the benefits once again as Taylor's superb equaliser earned the side a well deserved point at league leaders Northampton on Tuesday night.
That equaliser was Taylor's 15th goal of a very impressive campaign thus far and Elliott hopes his goals can continue to propel the side up the table and into the play-offs.
Elliott told Dons Player: “I love playing upfront with Lyle – you know if he gets a chance he's going to take it and he’s going to give me a couple of chances too.”
Taylor is enjoying himself this season since a summer move following his release from Cambridge United and has scored six goals this term.
He also recognised the forward options available to manager Neal Ardley, which will be invaluable throughout the month as the Dons play seven games in March.
Northampton 1-1 AFC Wimbledon in pictures:
He added: “We've got Ade (Ade Azeez) and B (Bayo Akinfenwa) to come on as well and they're all good players.
“The team's in such a good place at the minute so we've just got to keep it going.”
Akinfenwa and Azeez, along with Taylor and Elliot, present Ardley with an embarrassment of riches.
The two players have chipped in with a further 13 strikes between them this campaign as the Dons continue their assault on the play-off places.
Elliott concluded: “It's great to be on a run, everyone's smiling and everyone's buzzingl. It's good to have that feeling.”
The midweek draw was Wimbledon’s 10th successive unbeaten game on the road - a positive reaction following the home defeat to Oxford United last weekend.
The squad will hope to build on Tuesday's performance when they take on Accrington Stanley at home on Saturday.
Watch Lyle Taylor's stunning goal against Northampton: