Assistant Manager Jimmy Bell is looking for his side to move on from last weekend’s defeat at the hands of Morecambe, but insists they can’t forget about the performance as they head into Saturday’s encounter at Plymouth Argyle.
“You can’t draw a line under it because sometimes you go on good runs and you have to go back to times like that and remember that you can fall flat on your face,” said Bell. “But we’ll move on, we want the three points.”
He continued: “Plymouth are a well organised side. They’ve got a lot of experience in the team with Guy Madjo and Darren Purse who have played at really good levels and scored goals, as well as young (Alex) MacDonald from Burnley who is very tricky.
“They’ve got a lot of experience, they’re not a bad team, but we’re not scared of them. We’ve gone away to the best teams in the league and we’ve played really well and got points so we know that we can win away from home and we know how to win away from home. We’ll be striving for that win and we won’t be complacent.”
The full interview with Bell is on Dale Player now. Hear his thoughts on the return of Bobby Grant after his three match suspension, plus get an insight into a typical overnight away trip.
You can access the interview HERE.