Date: 9th October 2013 at 8:26pm
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First team coach Darren Currie has said that the team are starting to grow together and our recent results are proof of this.

Speaking to the Official Site Currie was clearly delighted with our improving form and the results we were starting to churn out, but he did admit that we did have one eye on the goals we were conceding but thankfully they hadn’t yet been much of a concern or amounted to much, but it is an area we have to improve on.

‘We believe in the players there is no doubt about that, but now they’re starting to believe in themselves. It’s a huge plus for us and we have to keep this run going.’

Currie adds that Chris Dickson coming in has given everybody a boost because of his character and professionalism, but he certainly fulfils the role of an older experienced head for the team, even at the age of 28 years old, and not only will he be a boost on the pitch with how he plays, but he’ll also be a huge boost off the pitch with the advice he can pass on to the youngsters.

It’s certainly not a bad run, unbeaten in five in the league, and of course with last night’s stunning victory over Southend in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy, we are unbeaten in six in all competitions and there’ve been some good solid wins in that time.

Hopefully with the players growing in confidence and gaining that belief about themselves, when there is an obvious hiccup in league form, they’ll be able to bounce back and put it behind them quickly so we don’t go on a run of unwanted results.