Having scored four at Colchester last weekend, the frontman believes that the Tangerines' solid defensive performance when the two sides met at Bloomfield Road earlier in the season will provide a good test for Swindon on Saturday.
"It was good to get a convincing win," he told the official website. "The boys have been looking forward to training and it’s gone well so we’re looking forward to Saturday now.
"When we played them away earlier this season they were very good. I felt they were quite strong and solid defensively so it will be a good test for us."
He added: "We had two games at the start of the year (at home) which were exciting for the fans. Hopefully this one will be the same."