ADAM Phillips was delighted to net twice in one game for the first time in his career and hopes he is coming into top goal-scoring form at the right time for Barnsley.

The midfielder scored in the 88th and 95th minutes as the Reds came from behind to beat Leyton Orient 2-1 on Saturday.

They were his third and fourth goals of the season after he did not score until mid-December.

Phillips told the Chronicle: “I didn’t start off too great this season but I have hit good form.

“I want to keep it up.

“It’s an important time of the season so a good time to get into good form. I will just keep going.”

On his injury-time goal, Phillips said: “I haven’t had too many last-minute winners. As soon as you hear the roar and jump into the crowd, there’s no better feeling.”

The win took the Reds up to fourth.

“We’re in a good position. It’s good to play for something. It’s exciting.

“We have a few new players who can help us. We are gelling nicely. Hopefully we can keep going.”

Barnsley fell behind to another early home goal, something they want to cut out before their next two games at Oakwell against promotion rivals Derby County and Bolton Wanderers.

“We’ve not been great starting at home and it’s something we want to improve massively.

“We want to be good at home.

“We’ve been really good away.”