"I try to do as much as I can; I knew it would be tough but I have worked really hard and had two starts on the bounce which I am delighted about," he says.
"I want to make it as difficult as possible when the gaffer next picks the team."
Jobi wants to win with style and adds:
"I try to entertain the fans as much as possible within the team structure."
"He reveals he has a good relationship with Alan Pardew and explains:
"The gaffer is very honest, he has high expectations - you as have to at a club like this.
"He doesn't pull his punches; the players know what to expect and there is a good balance.
"The players respect his decisions."
As for that promotion chase he adds:
"There are a lot of games to go; we can only do what we can.
"It is not really in our hands, all we can do is win games."
Assessing the win over Crewe he adds:
"The gaffer wanted us to start well, a few flew in, and obviously we were delighted.
"The first one we had worked in training, but they were all good goals.
"You have to look at the build-up and recognise that, not just the scorer."
As for his own strike, he adds:
"It dropped, no one challenged me, and I caught it perfectly - it opened up a little bit and I sneaked it in at the back.
"I hit across the goal and that is what I was aiming for."
As for the second half, and the fact that Crewe pulled a couple of goals back, he says:
"It is always hard to follow a performance like that from the first half though I don't think we were below it in the second half.
"Their keeper made a few decent saves and we were not happy with their two goals.
"The first was a foul on me and it might have been offside, and somehow he got the second in.
"It is always a bit nerve racking to take a lead, we had to stay calm and composed - if they had got a third it would have been more touch and go."