SOUTHEND United midfielder Anthony Wordsworth is aiming to upset Doncaster Rovers for a second time this season.

The fit-again Wordsworth scored just moments after he could have been sent off at Rovers back in October.

And he hopes to be able to take centre stage again tomorrow, when Doncaster visit Roots Hall.

“When we played them before they were a bit upset with me and it would be good if they were upset again on Saturday about us taking the three points,” said Wordsworth.

“When we played at their place I could have been sent off and it looked a lot worse than what I thought when I watched it back.

“Five minutes later I scored, which is how it goes sometimes but, unfortunately, they came back to win the game.”

Wordsworth’s goal at Doncaster was his third in five games, but the midfielder has not netted since that close range header after being plagued by calf injuries.

But the 29-year-old ended a two month spell on the sidelines by coming off the bench against Walsall last weekend.

And he is now keen to build on his comeback.

“It was good to be back out there again but the result meant it wasn’t too enjoyable,” said Wordsworth.

“I feel good again and I’ve trained for two weeks now.

“Training has been at a very high intensity and Damo (Damian Matthew) and Kev (Kevin Keen) have both been really good so I’m feeling sharp and I’ll be ready if called upon.”

Wordsworth has not started for the Shrimpers since January but is backing whoever gets selected at the weekend to put in an improved display.

“I’m sure the performance will be much better again on Saturday,” said Wordsworth.

“Everyone is determined to get back to winning ways but we know it will be another difficult game.”