TOMMY Wright has been in fantastic form this season, scoring 51 goals and winning the league’s golden boot for the Whites in their bid for promotion.
But he says “most of the credit has to go to the team” ahead of Monday’s playoff final clash with Tiverton.
Salisbury’s on-loan Sutton United frontman has been instrumental in Salisbury’s success this season and his partnership with Justin Bennett has been unstoppable, with the pair notching up a total of 93 goals.
Wright scored the winning goal against Evesham United to send the Whites into the play off final, after missing a penalty earlier in the game.
He told JournalSport: “I’m just happy and glad that I scored and won the game for and with the team.
“I never would have thought I would have reached 51 goals at the start of the season.
“It’s been an amazing year and most of the credit has to go to the team.
“Without them creating so many chances for me I would never have got this many.”
The former Otterbourne youngster spoke about his great partnership with Bennett and said: “He’s an unbelievable guy on and off the pitch.
“On the pitch we know each other’s games, we know where one and another is going to be and we will always set on another up.
“We targeted 75 goals early on in the year and to get over 90 together show how good we are together.” Bennett also spoke about his relationship with Wright and said: “There is a great deal of mutual respect between us.
“Our games are completely different and complement each other.
“I think we both play better when we are both on the pitch and that’s shown in our joint goal tally this season.”
Both players will be looking to add to their goal tallies when the Whites play Tiverton Town on Monday in the playoff final.