Victor Adeboyejo can’t wait to join Wanderers’ goal-scoring gang as he beds into life with the Whites.
Adeboyejo is yet to get off the mark since his late January arrival from Burton Albion.
But the striker has helped Ian Evatt’s men to four of their five successive wins since coming off the bench for a debut at Charlton Athletic three weeks ago.
And Adeboyejo is confident his first goal for the club isn’t far away after only a superb save from Jamie Cummings stopped him opening his account as Wanderers made it back-to-back 5-0 wins with their mid-week victory over MK Dons.
“I was a bit shocked when he saved it. But it’s coming,” said Adeboyejo, who had scored 13 goals for Burton this season before making the switch to the University of Bolton Stadium.
“I just want to be the reason the crowd is screaming because the noise is incredible.
“Every goal we score you just hear the fans and it’s amazing and I want to experience that for myself.
“There isn’t really much pressure in terms of that. It’s just finding my feet in the team and seeing where I can help and how I can display my abilities and then hopefully the goals will start flowing.
“When it comes it’s going to be amazing and I’m looking forward to it.”
Adeboyejo will be part of the Wanderers’ squad bidding to extend their hot streak at Wycombe on Saturday when the Whites bid to make it a hat-trick of away wins.
Evatt’s troops are in buoyant mood thanks to a run that his lifted them to third place in the League One table.
And – a goal apart – Adeboyejo admits he couldn’t have had a better start to life with Wanderers as they look to sustain a promotion push.
“The boys have been on fire recently. The goal scoring is just incredible,” added the 25-year-old frontman.
“It’s credit to the boys and how we’re set up and how we’re going about things. Hopefully long may it continue.
“Of the course, the results have been fantastic but just in terms of being around the boys and being in the set-up has been an incredible start.
“It’s always fun to be winning and nice to be in a winning environment and I feel that’s the mentality.
“Even in training the boys want to win and if you take that into games you always give yourself a chance.
“Being in that winning environment and fighting in a winning environment is exactly what you want.
“Everyone (near the top of the table) is pushing and everyone wants to get into that final top two and the play-offs.
“We know what we’ve got to do and we just keep our heads down, keep working and at the end of the season we will hopefully have something to celebrate.”