Bluebirds boss David Dunn hopes Scott Quigley can continue on the goal trail after claiming his first goal of the League Two season.

Last season’s 20-goal marksman was on target with a good opening strike against Oldham on Tuesday night.

It saw the 28-year-old find the net in his eighth outing of 2020/21.

AFC manager Dunn believes it capped a positive display from Quigley even in defeat during the 4-3 setback.

He hopes the man recently crowned National League Player of the Year at the North West Football Awards can now continue in the scoring habit.

“Hopefully that’ll kick-start Scott’s season now,” said Dunn.

“I’m delighted he’s off the mark and let’s hope he goes on a bit of a run now. He took his goal really well and looked a threat.”

Dunn must decide whether to continue with Quigley in attack against AFC Wimbledon in the FA Cup tomorrow as the Bluebirds play their latest game of a hectic schedule.

He paired Quigley with Luke James against the Latics, with Dior Angus coming off the bench to grab a late consolation goal for his sixth of the season.

Dunn will also be checking on Brad Barry after he limped off in the second half of the 4-3 defeat.

Wimbledon could also make changes with this their third away game in six days.

They lost 2-1 at Gillingham on Tuesday after a 1-0 win at Rochdale on Saturday.

Tomorrow night's winners will host Crawley on Sunday in Round Two.