Pushing on in home straight

Steve Kittrick's view
Steve Kittrick's view

We were left frustrated on Tuesday night by the cup defeat at Clitheroe, but we have to build on the positives .

It is about taking the good parts of our performance into Saturday’s home game against Kendal Town and continue to dig in.

We have eight matches left, so we just need to get back to winning ways.

You don’t know what you are going to get at this stage of the season, apart from when you are coming up against the top sides.

Budgets can get cut and the like, but you have just got to go toe-to-toe with whoever comes to Queensgate.

We have to be strong, organised and remain positive.

If we can get in the play-offs, which is very doable, then I think we’ll have had a good season.

Hopefully everyone will be 110% behind what we set out to do.

Where we are now, pushing for the play-offs, is a big positive from where we were at the end of last season.

To come where we have come from, with a new side, isn’t bad at all.

It isn’t over yet either.

If we can get into the play-offs with the fans we have then it would be great.

They can be our 12th man, they can be massive to what we want to achieve.