ANTHONY Wordsworth hopes to have plenty to celebrate when Southend United visit Doncaster Rovers this weekend.

The attacking midfielder has become famed for displaying a variety of moves after hitting the back of the net.

And Wordsworth insists he will now start to rope his team-mates into the celebrations.

“Last season we planned a few of the celebrations and it always seemed to work out well so I think we’ll have to start doing it again,” said Wordsworth.

“Maybe it makes people even more determined to score because they know what’s planned and it’s good to have that kind of togetherness too.

“But the one I did last weekend was just one of the moves I pulled out when I had a dance-off with Michael Timlin at V Festival in the summer.

“There was no way I was beating him though because he’s got more moves than me and is always the first on the dancefloor on a night out.

“But in the last few weeks we’ve had some good results to celebrate and we seem to have that winning mentality back.”

Blues have now triumphed in their last four matches, with three of those coming in League One to help Phil Brown’s side move up to 12th in the standings.

Wordsworth’s return has helped that happen and the midfielder now feels close to full fitness after missing the first nine games of the season with a hamstring problem.

“Last season, it took me five or six games to get back to full fitness and I’m almost there again now so I’m feeling close to my best,” said Wordsworth, who has scored twice in four games.

“It’s been great to be back out there again and the last couple of weeks have been very positive.

“We have that togetherness you need and we want to keep it going now.”

The Shrimpers’ next opportunity to impress comes against a Doncaster side who sit 19th in the table and have yet to win at home this season.

And Wordsworth is keen to heap more misery on Rovers this weekend.

“Doncaster haven’t been doing too well lately so hopefully we can go there and make it another sad day for them,” said the 28-year-old.

“It’s a nice pitch there and I think this will be a good footballing game too.

“We’ve had some horrible matches recently but I don’t think this one is going to be like that and we’re going there full of confidence.”