STANLEY match-winner Jordan Clark is targetting 10 goals for the season after taking his tally to seven with a brace in the 2-0 win over Coventry City on Saturday.

The result propelled the Reds up to second in the League Two table ahead of a home game with Crewe Alexandra on Tuesday night.

And winger Clark, who found the net for the first time since October, was pleased with his and the team’s performance.

He said: “I read in the programme before the game that I had five for the season but none since October, I couldn’t believe it had been that long. I want to get 10 plus goals every season, hopefully I’m back on my way towards that now.

“The early goal was huge, it silenced the big crowd and allowed us to play our game. Then, the second half goal really took the pressure off.

“Credit to our boys I thought we were brilliant, not just with the ball but without it. The last couple of weeks our intensity off the ball has been winning us games – a really good day at the office.”

The victory at the Ricoh Arena was achieved without in form winger Sean McConville who failed a late fitness test and Clark praised Callum Johnson for stepping in and performing out of position.

“When we heard about Sean’s injury we were all gutted because he’s having such a good season,” Clark added.

“Of course you then feel that pressure to step up and contribute, when you lose a player like that to injury.

“But Callum has moved out wide and done really really well too, he put that first one on a plate for me. We call him the utility man because he can fill in anywhere.”

The Reds now turn their attention to the visit of Crewe to the Wham Stadium as they look to close the gap on leaders Luton to three points.

But Coleman is refusing to get too carried away by his side’s lofty position in the table.

He said: “There is a long hard slog ahead but we have got a great appetite for football at the moment.

“Everyone around the squad, the lads who haven’t played, the lads who haven’t even been involved, you can see how much it means to them and when you get that it is quite special.

“We have to try and take care of ourselves.

“We have just got to concentrate on our own business.

“Every game we play is going to be difficult and we have got to realise the importance of three points whoever you play.

Coleman also hailed the performance of former Middlesbrough man Johnson.

He added: “I thought Callum Johnson, who we have asked to play everywhere and is such an unassuming lad, was fantastic.

“He took to it like he had been playing left wing all his life.”

McConville remains a doubt for the Crewe clash with an ankle injury.