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NO CHANGE IN MINDSET FOR WILDER

16 April 2014

The views of the Cobblers boss

Cobblers boss Chris Wilder previews Friday’s trip to Wycombe, KO 3pm.


“We’ve attacked our last two games on the front foot and we will go to Wycombe with the same mindset,” he said.


“We are going for a win but nothing gets decided on Friday, both teams will make a big step forward if they win and that’s obviously the prize at stake but who’s to say both teams can’t get out of it.


“We certainly needed to do something after the Bury game and the response from everybody has been terrific and that needs to carry on.


“The support was tremendous on Saturday and it was the first thing I talked about after the game because it was that important. It gave us such a boost, we’ve talked before about doing this together and that was certainly the case on Saturday.


“We saw against Burton what that support did for the players, it drove them over the line and I’m sure when we walk out at Wycombe we will look to the left and see a sea of claret.


“The tempo, work ethic and atmosphere in training have been superb and the quality has been there as well and if you can get things right on the training pitch then that rolls over into the games.


“We’ve played pressure football all season and we’ve handled that as seen in our results. Experience is going to be invaluable over the next four games and we’ve certainly got that in abundance.


“We’ve won some big games at Torquay, Exeter and Accrington and generally we are hard to beat and we’ve got enough about us to go and win a game of football.”


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