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Jack targets special finish

19 April 2013

Top scorer on reaching a Wimbledon milestone

reach the 100 mark for competitive Wimbledon appearances before the end of this season and he is determined to celebrate that achievement with League 2 survival.could Jack Midson 

game in all competitions for Wimbledon and the home match against Fleetwood will bring up the century if he plays in both matches.thTomorrow’s match at Gillingham is Jack’s 99

, Jack said: “I have not achieved this at any other club and if I do it in two seasons then that is impressive for me. My time at the club has gone really quickly and I have enjoyed my time here, but I have another year on my contract and I want that to be at Wimbledon in the Football League.Dons PlayerSpeaking to Rob Cornell on

Gillingham may be on a high and pushing to win the league, but we need to stick to the script of what we have worked on in training and I think we will be alright.” “We have to concentrate on what we need to do and we must not get beat (on Saturday).

meticulous preparations for games have given the Dons every possible chance of survival this season.Neal Ardley’sJack, who is Wimbledon’s top scorer with 13 goals this season, says that

“Neal is very committed in training and he is out on the training pitch for every minute of every session,” Jack added. “At previous clubs some of the managers I have had have preferred to stay indoors and let their coaches do the sessions. Neal has been out there for every minute though to give us the best possible chance to get out of the situation we are in.

“All we can do is everything in our power to stay up because we cannot do anything about results elsewhere. We have done similar training sessions to last week, there are no grey areas, and we know what we need to do. Every player has to stick to the script of what we have been working on.

“The atmosphere our fans created against Exeter was brilliant, there were nearly 5,000 there but it felt like 10,000. This is a time when we really need the fans. They were great at Gillingham last season – it was our biggest away support – and we came up trumps so hopefully we can replicate that this season.”

to view yesterday’s article on the official website.Gills preview  Dons Player subscribers can watch the full video interview with Jack on our premium site. If you missed Neal Ardley’s views on tomorrow’s Gillingham challenge, click on 

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