Wycombe forward Scott Kashket admitted he feels full of confidence at the moment after two goals in two games for the Chairboys.

Kashket opened the scoring in the 1-1 draw at Blackpool before his superb finish gave the Blues a 1-0 win over Rotherham at the weekend.

That made it four in the season for the striker and he is relishing his opportunity in the front three.

He said: "My aim is when I have the chance is to hit the target and try and make the keeper work.

"If I put too much on it and it misses the target, it doesn't matter how well you hit, it won't go in.

"You always have to try and hit the target and make the keeper work and save it as that is all you can do."

Kashket's winner against the Millers came courtesy of a sublime pass from Anthony Stewart.

The former Leyton Orient man coolly slotted the ball home in typical fashion - albeit with his weaker right foot.

He commented: "The plan is I was meant to start doing some weaker foot finishing with Dobbo.

"He did say I need to practice on weak foot as I lean up and hit a lot more over the bar.

"Maybe I lash at it a bit sometimes on my right foot but I knew where the keeper was and I thought if I put it to the side of him, I had a very good chance.

"I have watched it back and it was a better finish than I thought."

Wycombe are flying high in League One, sitting in second place going into this weekend's clash with Shrewsbury.

With a win, Wycombe go top with Ipswich not playing, and Kashket explained it would be nice to get to the summit but not vitally important at this stage of the campaign.

He added: "When you think about it, of course, it would be lovely to sit at the top of the table.

"I don't think anyone has given it that much thought and we are just taking it as a team, game-by-game, but it would be a great incentive to sit top and look down at everyone else in the league."

Kashket also admitted to having targets for the season and one is just to stay fit all year after a torrid run of injuries over the past two years.

He said: "One of my aims is to stay fit all year and that has been a struggle for me previously.

"I haven't missed a game all season and am very happy with how my body is and I aim to get 20 goals in all competitions and there is a lot of hard work to go."