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31 August 2012

Cobblers boss happy with progress so far

Cobblers boss Aidy Boothroyd knows that there is a lot more to come from his side ahead of the long trip to Plymouth.

“We are still progressing and growing as a team and there is so much more still to come from us,” he said.

“I thought we did well on Thursday night but Plymouth is a far more important game and the bread and butter of the league will always be our priority.

“Alex Nicholls got a dead leg in the first half against Wolves and we took him off as more of a precaution than anything else.

“Luke Guttridge took a couple of whacks but I think that was a complement to how well he played. He’s a tough lad and I’m sure he will be fine for Saturday.

“John Johnson picked up a knock against Southend d and we will have a look at that before travelling.

“We’re in a run of three games in six days and I will make changes, whether that be to the starting line-up or during the game.

“The lads on the bench I brought here for a reason and they will get a chance and when they get that chance its up to them to show us what they are all about.”

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