Jon Brady has been looking back on the 2-2 draw at Salford as well as speaking about the connection he feels is growing with his team and the supporters.
“The timing of Salford’s second goal was disappointing but overall to get a point away from home at a really tough place to go you have to be upbeat,” he said.
“We worked hard and had some good efforts but Salford were building some momentum towards the end of the game and we allowed that which was disappointing. To concede late is always a blow but you have to look at it as a positive and it was a good point away from home.
“I think the fans have bought into the team, I feel there is a close connection with our staff who are all local in the Northampton community and the fans and with the performances the players are putting in the supporters can see the effort, determination and desire they have.
“We know we can be better but there is a real never say die attitude from our team and people buy into that. The more jump on board the better and if we keep building momentum like we have been and continue with that spirit the future looks good.”