Winger Louis Briscoe is pleased with the work ethic that we showed in our win over Cambridge United at One Call Stadium earlier today.
The 24-year-old produced an outstanding display on the right flank, as we recorded our third successive home victory against a determined U’s side.
He said: “The work ethic pleased me. Everyone work hard today and the pressure was on us to put things right [after Tuesday’s defeat at Newport] and we have.
“The goals we scored and the work-rate we showed was good. I think the difference was that we were more clinical and did more when in possession.
“If we carry our form into the next 17 games, we’ve a good chance of the title, let alone the play-offs.”
Meanwhile, midfielder Anthony Howell, who scooped the ‘Man of the Match’ award, was also delighted with the three points.
He said: “It was a great three points today. I thought we were comfortable as a team to go and win the game, after we got the second.”
In regards to his ‘Man of the Match’ award, Howell added: “It’s always nice to be recognised for what I do on the pitch. The win was for the fans as much as us.”
Our next game is against Hyde at Ewen Fields on Tuesday (kick-off 7.45pm).