KURTIS ROBERTS hopes to contribute more goals and assists as he took his tally to two strikes on Saturday.

The midfielder got on the end of a superb ball from Taylor Steven, smashing it past Kelty’s Kyle Gourlay to double Alloa’s lead.

Roberts now has two goals under his belt for the Wasps, adding to his unstoppable strike against Hamilton two weeks ago.

Speaking with Advertiser Sport, Roberts explained that he looks to complete his overall game by scoring more.

“It’s been coming,” Roberts added. “I can’t believe the gaffer said I didn’t have that in my locker!

“That goal today was probably the worst goal I’ve ever scored!

“It’s good to score but it’s all about the three points, it doesn’t matter who scores the goals but I do need to score more.

“That’s what’s really lacking in my game is goals and assists, the gaffer puts a lot of belief in me and now that’s two in three so hopefully now I can kick on from there.”

As Roberts scored Alloa’s second goal, he wheeled away in what has become his signature celebration – 'the bird'.

He explained that he was inspired to go big for his celebrations against Hamilton and Kelty after watching teammate Taylor Steven perform some rather extravagant celebrations.

“I honestly couldn’t tell you [where it comes from],” Roberts joked. “I mean, you’ve seen Taylor’s.

“Ever since Taylor started scoring, he came up to me before Annan and told me he what celebration he was going to do and then after that, he’ll come up to me at every game and ask me what celebration he should do.

“Obviously, I’m just sitting there and not taking part in it since I’m not expected to score but I did about five celebrations at Hamilton.

“Hopefully, I keep scoring and giving these bad celebrations but three points is all that matters.”

Roberts has been a rock at the heart of Alloa’s midfield all season since signing in the summer from Clyde.

Alongside Scott Taggart, he has racked up the most appearances of any Wasps player so far, currently sitting at 34.

His energy and work rate has been a real highlight of Alloa’s season and, despite not getting many goals or assists, he has gone on to create so much for Alloa’s attackers.

Roberts continued: “I just keep going, it’s a never die attitude. No matter what, the gaffer knows I will always give everything and I’ll never stop.

“Even though sometimes I’ll be looking very tired, I’ll always give everything I’ve got. That’s something that you can always expect for me.

“It’s always positive when you’ve got those players ahead of you because it makes our job just so much easier.”