Elgin City forward Craig Gunn could not care less about completing a clean sweep against Arbroath on Saturday, as long as the Black and Whites secure a League 2 promotion play-off place.
Gunn has scored in all three games against the Red Lichties this term, with City winning all of them.
Jim Weir’s side need a point in order to confirm a play-off spot for only the second time since stepping up from the Highland League in 2000.
Gunn is Elgin’s leading scorer with 22 goals this season, but is solely focused on helping his side earn its top-four place rather than adding to his tally.
Gunn said: “Yes I’ve scored in all three games against Arbroath, but the main thing is to get into the play-offs, no matter who scores.
“I’m not the only one who can score. Brian Cameron has chipped in with a couple of goals, Dylan Easton came back into the team last week and scored, while Kyle Macleod has also got a few, so it’s been good in the last few weeks.
“If we get into the play-offs it will be good to go in with a few players scoring goals and not just relying on one person.
“I set myself a target of 10, and once I got that I targeted 20. Hopefully I can score a few more before the end of the season.”
Should Elgin get the result they require this weekend, the Borough Briggs side will play the first leg of their play-off semi-final on Wednesday.
Former Ross County attacker Gunn is determined to finish off the job in style against the Red Lichties, to build confidence into the bid for promotion to League 1.
The 28-year-old added: “Going into the last game, we don’t want to throw it all away given all our hard work over the season.
“We want to go into the last home game of the season and finish with three points to make sure we get into the play-offs. If we get that it will give us the momentum we need.”