SOUTHEND United’s on loan goalkeeper Christian Walton is keen to end the season celebrating a trio of different promotions.

Walton’s parent club Brighton & Hove Albion have already secured their passage to the Premier League while League Two Luton Town - where the keeper was on loan earlier on in the season - and the Shrimpers are both in contention for the play-offs.

And Walton would love for all three clubs to go up.

“It would be a good trivia question and I’m really hoping all three teams do it,” said the 21-year-old.

“Brighton have already done it but I obviously hope we do it as well, along with Luton where I had a really good spell earlier on in the season.

“They are all such good clubs who deserve to be up there so it would be great if it could happen but obviously Southend is the main one for me.”

Walton - who has started the last five games for the Shrimpers - will again be between the sticks for tomorrow’s crunch clash at Shrewsbury Town.

And he is determined to help Blues bounce back from Monday’s disappointing 2-1 defeat against MK Dons as Phil Brown’s side look to prolong their push for the play-offs.

“It was a disappointing result last time out but we’re looking forward to Saturday now because we have two big games left and we know we need to win them both,” said Walton.

“Shrewsbury will be up for the game as well because they’re fighting for their lives but we will have to match them and then let our quality take over.

“Hopefully it can be similar to the Chesterfield game as they’re also struggling but we were able to go there and win 4-0.”

But the win against the Spireites remains the Shrimpers’ only success in their last four games.

Despite that, the seventh placed Blues remain a point behind Millwall who currently occupy the final play-off position.

And Walton is therefore desperate to triumph this weekend.

“It’s a big game but it’s one we’re looking forward to being a part of,” said the keeper.

“For myself personally it’s the perfect way for me to be ending the season.

“It’s much better for me than sitting on the bench and I’ll be doing all I can to help the team get the results we need to get into the play-offs.”

Blues’ fans have already snapped more than 1,200 tickets for tomorrow’s game.

The game is all-ticket and they remain on sale until 3pm today.