FLYING winger Josh Sims says he has worked on his end product – and is seeing the benefits for it during his loan spell at Doncaster Rovers.

The Saints ace, who agreed a deadline day loan switch to Donny until January, followed up his assist against Portsmouth with three more in his side’s 4-1 home victory over Ipswich on Tuesday.

Sims played 77 minutes on his first start for the Yorkshire outfit.

Speaking ahead of the game against the Tractor Boys, Sims said: “It’s all well and good being quick and having speed there but you need the end product as well.

“You need to be able to put in a good cross, or you need to find and pick players out. That’s something, being younger, I’ve tried to work on – is my end product.

“You need to finish off the action.”

With back-to-back wins, Sims has helped Rovers move up to sixth in the League One table.

He added: “It’s a good group of boys. Competition is strong, which is always better for a team when there’s good competition because you don’t want people being lazy and basically expecting to play every week.

“There’s a lot of games coming up. The gaffer’s been strong in saying there is going to be a lot of rotation, because it’s going to be two games a week now for a few weeks coming.

“It’s going to be a big team performance to play well. Everyone’s got to be ready.

“It’s good we’ve good competition, we’ve got positions where there’s multiple players there, so everyone’s got to be ready to play.”