BRENTFORD striker Clayton Donaldson hopes to go on a scoring spree after opening his account against Walsall last weekend.
The former Crewe frontman, who smashed 24 goals in all competitions last season, bagged the winner to maintain the Bees' unbeaten start to the League One campaign.
And the 29-year-old hopes that effort can trigger a goal-glut, starting against strugglers Carlisle tomorrow.
He said: “It's good to score that first goal and get the monkey off my back.
“The longer you go not scoring it can get to you and dent your confidence, so hopefully I can go on a bit of a run now.
“I always tend to score my goals in spurts anyway.”
Donaldson insists he's raring to go after being rested for the midweek League Cup drubbing at Derby.
And the Bradford-born hitman has backed boss Uwe Rosler's decision to leave some of his first-teamers behind in London.
He added: “I think it was a wise decision. We all know the league is the main priority.
“After you've had a tough game on a Saturday sometimes you need an extra day or two to recover.
“We always don't want to risk any more injuries either after what's happened in the past couple of weeks.”
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