YOUNG Wanderers winger Rob Hall is happy to be educated in the knack of goalscoring at the Jermaine Beckford finishing school.

Hall scored his first league goal for the Whites against Millwall in the last outing before the international break.

Beckford also found the net in the 3-1 win – his fourth goal in five games.

It is scoring form that Beckford has rediscovered after a slow start to life as a Wanderer.

But after a career filled with goals at every club he has been at, from the top-flight down through to the lower leagues, Hall knows Beckford is the man to look up to as the 20-year-old aims to develop his own eye for goal at the Reebok Stadium.

Hall said: “Jermaine is a great role model. He’s been around the game and played at the highest level.

“He’s playing in the Championship but you can tell why he’s played where he’s played.

“He’s a great friend of mine and I can only learn from his finishing, his movement and what he says to me.

“There are a lot of lads in there who are experienced, so young boys like me can only learn from them.

“He’s certainly got the quality in front of goal.

“When he gets the ball in the right areas there’s always a chance it will end up in the back of the net.”

Youngster Hall joined alongside Beckford in the summer after a brief loan spell at the Reebok at the back end of last season.

He has had to be patient at times with only brief cameo roles for the majority of the campaign and only four league starts so far.

But he hopes his goal against Millwall will stand him in good stead for another start when Dougie Freedman’s side return to Championship action at Watford on Saturday.

It has been a case of training hard at Euxton for the majority of the squad who are not away on international duty since that first home triumph.

But once they return to action at Vicarage Road, they will begin a run of nine league games in 40 days.

And the former West Ham winger says everyone in the camp is geared up for the busy schedule ahead, hoping they can pick up where they left off and extend a seven-match unbeaten run.

He added: “We’ve worked hard for the days that we were in last week.

“All of the lads are experienced enough to know what we have to do – we’ll work hard wherever we are and try and keep up the hard work ahead of this busy period of fixtures.”