MIDFIELDER Luke Gullick is hoping to make it three goals in three games when the Bluebirds travel to Oxford City on Saturday.

The 23-year-old Gloucestershire University student has been in fine form since his return from Trinidad, where he spent a month on an international trial with the Trinidad and Tobago national side.

“I was training everyday out there so I’ve come back a lot fitter and I feel on top of my game at the moment,” Gullick said.

Chippenham beat Oxford 4-0 in the Red Insurance Cup last month, but the international hopeful thinks City will prove a sterner test this time round.

“That wasn’t their strongest team because they were still in the FA Cup and this time we are the away side.

“We’re doing okay at the moment but we just have to learn how to kill teams off. On Tuesday we let Bedford back into the game with a sloppy goal and we need to stop those mistakes.”

Gullick, who qualifies for Trinidad and Tobago through his mother Anne, who was born in the Caribbean country, is hoping his good form is being noted by national coach Russell Latapy.

“I just want to continue playing well and scoring goals and hopefully they'll have someone watching.

“It would be amazing to play on the international scene because it would give me the chance to progress. You develop quickly when you’re playing with Premiership players.”