Darren Moore was pleased to see his side earn another three points after they beat Bristol Rovers 4-1 at the Keepmoat Stadium.
The victory extended Rovers’ unbeaten start to the league campaign, but the manager says there are still plenty of areas for improvement.
He said: “I think we could have scored more, I’m delighted with the three points but we could have been more ruthless with our chances.
“Once we get into the area I’d like us to make the most of every chance, but we’re happy to have another win on the board.
“We want to keep improving every week and there were lots of things for us to work on heading into the Wigan game.”
Madger Gomes added to his goal tally with another fine strike against the Gas, and Moore says he’s been working hard on improving his game.
He added: “Madger is in a really good run of form in terms of goals and getting in the box more often is paying off for him.
“He strikes a clean ball and credit to him for sticking his chances in the back of the net, he’s one of a few that have been chipping in.”