Although he scored 20 times in all competitions last season, the forward is becoming the sort of poacher Town have been lacking in recent years.
Gray said: “I think my mentality is totally different.
“My head could have dropped (on Saturday) after the first few minutes when I should have scored.
“But I’m just not really worried about it, because as a team we know that even if I don’t score, we’re going to win.
A more relaxed atmosphere at Kenilworth Road is also playing it’s part too, while Gray knows the title is now in Hatters’ hands as they lead the chasing pack by eight points.
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