John Coleman hailed his goal-scoring heroes as the Reds finally found their goal-den touch.
Loan hitman Padraig Amond made it three goals in two games while Craig Lindfield now has two in two after a slow scoring start.
"That’s three goals in two for Podge. People forget the run he has been on not scoring and now he has got five goals to his name and, if he keeps chipping away, I can’t see why he can’t get into double figures soon," said the Reds boss.
Amond, 23, has a background playing for Shamrock Rovers and Sligo in Ireland before the Reds signed him on loan from Portuguese side Pacos de Ferreira.
"I always knew he could score goals but he has found it hard adjusting to the pace of football in this league," Coleman said.
With three goals up to this stage of the season, former Liverpool striker Lindfield is enjoying his best spell and it’s hoped he can now kick on and fulfil the early promise he showed at Anfield.
"One thing you can’t ever accuse Craig of is not working hard for the team," said Coleman.
"It’s nice that he is now coupling that with goals – I would possibly say he is our Dirk Kuyt."
Both Lindfield and Amond were in the Football League’s Team of the Week for League Two.