Chris Holroyd has expressed his delight after ending his goalscoring drought at Preston after failing to find the net since his arrival.
The former Rotherham man, who can play as a striker or on either flank, netted his first goal for the Lilywhites in the 1-1 draw against Oldham.
The strike ended a run of 18 games without a goal since his arrival from the Millers and Holroyd was particularly thankful to midfield team-mate Danny Mayor for his role in it.
"It was a great feeling to score," the 25-year-old ex-Cambridge player said. "Danny Mayor put a brilliant ball across to me.
"He's a match-winner and you always know he's going to create one of those moments for you. That's what he's on the field for.
"Now we want to put on a good show in the final two games of the season. After a difficult season, to finish in the top half of the table would be a good achievement."