Published: 09:38, 25 February 2013 |
Updated: 16:09, 09 January 2014
Danny Kedwell and Deon Burton lead the scoring charts at Gillingham, but fellow striker Myles Weston insists only one thing matters.
The seven-goal forward, pictured, whose corner led to Gillingham’s winner at Chesterfield on Saturday, is determined to help the club clinch the League 2 title and doesn’t care who ends the season as top scorer.
He said: “We have a bit of banter about it but we are happy for whoever scores. We all want to score 20 goals a season but realistically that is not going to happen. I am happy whoever scores because it’s all for the team.”
The Gills have been in a battle for top spot with Port Vale for most of the season and Weston isn’t interested in finishing second best.
He said: “It was a reality check for us to go second because we have been top for the majority of the season.
“We want to stay there and win the league. We have to keep up those high standards we set from the start and it is not done until we win the league.”
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