Bournemouth must make Hay
Although he didn't score against the Robins, he put in an impressive display and looks set to keep his place to face the Iron.
And after scoring in his last two trips to Glanford Park, he is looking for a remarkable hat-trick to bring 2006 to a winning end.
"We've all got to pull together. We've proved in our past few away games that we can mix it with some good teams," he told the Bournemouth Echo.
"We've had a couple of decent results there in previous seasons and I've scored a couple of times so it would be nice to repeat that feat.
"They are going really well and they've got the top striker in the league in Billy Sharp. He's got a good partnership with Andy Keogh so we've got to try to stop them.
"Our away form of late has been quite good. We've been unlucky not to get a couple of wins so we'll be going there quite confident that we can get something