The Robins centre-half put his side 2-1 up in a 3-1 victory at Ashton Gate and the Yorkshireman has now set his sights on scoring against Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday.
He told the club's official website: "I'm a big lad and go up for set-pieces, so I should score more goals. The manager's always talking to me about the way I attack the ball and we work on it lots.
"When I do score, more goals often follow in quick succession, so hopefully this will be the start of a run for me.
"We've got Barnsley on Saturday and a lot of my friends from back home support them. After that we've got Wednesday, the team I supported as a lad.
"It would be great to be on the scoresheet in those games, even if it means upsetting a few friends along the way."