Klaidi Lolos has been told the sky is the limit if he maintains his ruthless streak.

The Crawley striker did not stand on ceremony as he crashed home a late equaliser against Stockport on Monday.

He has now netted in his last three games and looks to continue that when Reds go to Tranmere today.

Lolos has scored eight goals in total since arriving last summer as a free agent on a two-year deal.

He spent last season at Oxford City.

Crawley boss Scott Lindsey said: “I could always back that he would do what he has done.

“We had a chat a couple of weeks back, just me and him.

“I spoke about why he is playing in League Two when he has the same attributes of some players who play in the Championship.

“The difference is they have been more aggressive in front of goal and put the ball in the net.

“Sometimes I think in the past Klaidi has been accused of trying to walk the ball over the line in certain actions.

“We had a chat about it and I think he has been more aggressive since our little chat.

“I have told him the perfect goal sometimes does not exist.

“If you look at his goal the other night, when Dan Orsi set him, his first thought was, ‘I’m going to shoot’.

“Probably four weeks ago he may have had an extra touch and the goal might have closed up on him.

“He has learned if he gets in a good position, pull the trigger.

“He has become more aggressive in front of goal.

“If he adds goals to his game, Klaidi’s ceiling goes up even further.

“The sky is the limit where he can play.

“I have always thought he could come into the team and produce the performances he has produced.

“We know he is such a good player and he is a game-winning player that you keep him on the pitch because he might play for 89 minutes and not be in the game but then bang, goal.

“That’s the type of player he is.

“He has done fantastic for us.”

Reds can move into the League Two play-off places with a win at Prenton Park.