CAMERON Borthwick-Jackson is hoping to finish his season on a high after a stop-start time with injury.

The Latics left back scored his first goal for the club in the convincing 4-1 win at Crawley as Keith Curle picked up his second three points as Oldham boss.

While opening his account for the club was nice, the former Manchester United man was delighted to complete a first 90 minutes since the Boundary Park victory against Salford at the end of January.

Borthwick-Jackson had also not started for Latics since the win at Carlisle on February 27.

“It felt good to be back, the most important thing for me was getting 90 minutes into my legs and I feel good,” he said.

“It’s been frustrating since the start of the year I’ve had niggle, come back, niggle, come back and it has been a bit stressful.

“I feel injury free, that’s the main thing, and hopefully it stays that way. I’ve played 90 here and that’s a good base.

“I just want to build on that now and enjoy my football until the end of the season.”

His goal, Latics’ second on the day, was an emphatic finish after beating the offside trap to take fellow wing-back Dylan Fage’s cross-field pass.

On getting off the mark, Borthwick-Jackson said: “It took long enough! I’ve had a couple of close calls this season but I finally got there.

“I was screaming for it about two seconds before.

"I could see the space and fortunately Dylan has picked me out and I took a good touch and drilled it in the bottom corner, I’m pleased.”

It was a resounding win for Latics and a much-needed one after back-to-back defeats against Leyton Orient and Stevenage.

While their hosts were poor, Curle’s side certainly made them pay and could have won by an even greater margin.

“We dominated the game and deserved the victory,” Borthwick-Jackson said.

“We played good football and cut them open time and time again but that’s where we need to be more ruthless. We could have been going in at half-time 5-0 up.

“We’ll look at the positives, look at the negatives and try and build on it.”

The only downside was James Tilley’s goal for the hosts, Latics missing out on a rare clean sheet.

“Although it’s a good afternoon and we’ve won, it’s still disappointing that we’ve conceded that goal, it puts a little bit damper on it,” Borthwick-Jackson added.

“It was the kind of game where you can’t become complacent and for the goal we probably did.

“We needed to get a bit more on the header and then we needed to react quicker.

“We dominated the game though. The main thing now is we go out and win as many games as we can and produce good performances.”