With Wisbech, Spalding and Pontefract all visiting the i2i in the next three fixtures, the versatile Savory insists that the current run needs to continue.
“It was really important to build momentum going into these next three home games” started Savory.
“We’ve won three on the spin now and we know we need to work hard to keep that run going.”
His two strikes last Saturday saw Savory move on to 8 goals for the campaign and with 9 games to go, he’s targeting an improvement on his previous total of 13.
“I always have a number in mind at the start of the season, for the rest of the campaign my aim is to beat last season’s tally and ultimately help the team pick up the points we need.”
Incidentally, he possibly could have been credited with a hat-trick last week after Paddy Miller’s free-kick fortuitously ricocheted into the back of the net.
“I didn’t even know the second goal was in any doubt, 100% mine!”
The two goals that definitely weren’t in any doubt saw the forward score with his so called weaker left-foot once again and strike partner Joe Lumsden commented on social media in the week about his ability to fire with both feet.
“Joe loves my lefty! I don’t think I have a weaker foot to be fair, just average with both.”
With the Brewers currently occupying a play-off place, Savory isn’t putting any more pressure on the next two home fixtures against two sides in the bottom half of the table.
“Every game is important now until the end of the season, the next two games are just an opportunity for six more points towards our goal.”
In recent weeks, the former Farsley man has moved into a more central position to partner Joe Lumsden up front.
“I’ve enjoyed it, playing more centrally I can influence the game more. Me and Joe have a good understanding and it seems to be working which is good.”
“We have a lot of hard work to do but we definitely have the squad to do it. It’s all about applying ourselves right and taking each game as it comes.”