Date: 4th March 2014 at 9:11pm
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Skipper Tamika Mkandawire has urged his colleagues to keep our current three match unbeaten streak going as we edge ourselves closer to that pack immediately above us that we need to leapfrog to ensure safety this season.

Speaking to the Official Site following the Coventry draw, Mkandawire knows that with the chances we had we should well have taken all three points at Sixfields, however to keep our unbeaten run going he knows how important this point could be moving forward.

‘We feel a bit aggrieved and should have won the game. We had the better chances, but it was a solid performance and a point is better than none.’

Mkandawire says that at 2-0 down to Notts County in our last match, if anybody would’ve offered us four points from two games we’d have taken that, so we can’t allow ourselves to be too disheartened at not picking up another win even though it clearly would’ve helped us in terms of our league positioning.

‘It’s a good point, and could be important at the end of the season.’

What’s important now is continuing that form and carrying it through to our coming fixtures as we have back to back homes games in only a few days against Bristol City and then Crawley Town and another four points return again would be massive for us if we could at least get that, so we really do build on this run of three games now.

But it’s obviously not the time to get carried away, there is plenty of hard work left to do and now we have given ourselves a chance and a base to build from, we have to make it count.