Cobblers boss previews York visit
Cobblers boss Aidy Boothroyd wants a full Sixfields for the visit of York City on Saturday.
“We are trying to get this place full,” he said.
“I’ve been here 18 months now and we’ve got it nearly full but not quite full.
“I’d love people to come, it’s something I’ve talked about from day one, we’ve got some life on the pitch now and I think we are worth watching.
“We have got a lot of things going for us and I’d love people to come and support us and see why we are where we are.
“York have picked up a couple of results and they are going to be difficult opposition.
“They are in a relegation dogfight and we are in a promotion dogfight so it will be two teams going toe-to-toe trying to win a game.
“We want to be successful and for me success is being the best you can be and getting the most out of what you’ve got.
“If at the end of the season we can do that then we will have had a successful season and like everyone else around us we would like to be playing in League One next season.
“I think it’s an exciting time, I know that probably all our supporters will be looking at the league table and all the “what if” scenarios but if you try and get things to form at this time of the season then you are going to get undone.
“Pressure does make a difference to teams and expectancy makes a difference to teams but we are very relaxed about it.
“We are enjoying where we are, we know we are in a race with some very good runners but we think that we are a good runner as well.”