Andy closes in on century of goals Reds striker Andy Gray needs just one more goal to reach a century of career goals. The 32-year-old frontman bagged his 98th and 99th goals in last week's 3-3 draw with Bristol City at Ashton Gate and now needs just one more to reach 100. The goals last week were Gray's seventh and eighth for Barnsley, here is a low down on his goals for the Reds so far: 1. vs Reading at Oakwell: Gray rose to power home Emil Hallfredsson's corner. 2. vs Derby County at Pride Park: A fine ball through by Hallfredsson was latched onto by Gray and he took a touch before clipping over Stephen Bywater. 3. vs Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road: Gray's initial penalty was parried by Radek Cerny and he reacted quickest for a simple tap in. 4. vs Blackpool at Bloomfield Road: The Scotsman fired a penalty high into the net after an Alex Baptiste handball. 5. vs Preston North End at Deepdale: Gray took down a long ball by Carl Dickinson fantastically and rifled a shot high into the net. 6. vs Bristol City at Ashton Gate: A late header by Gray was scant consolation in a 5-3 defeat for the Reds. 7. vs Bristol City at Ashton Gate: A penalty from Gray in this season's clash gave the Reds a 1-0 lead. 8. vs Bristol City at Ashton Gate: Gray fired home a fine Kieran Trippier cross from the right. So, only one Oakwell goal for Gray so far, he'll be looking to reach his milestone in front of the Oakwell crowd in Saturday's clash with promotion favourites Middlesbrough.