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Gary McCann was delighted with the result and performance at Sudbury on Saturday afternoon. "I thought we were excellent," he said. "It was the most complete performance for a long while and we could have won by many more than four goals.
"The whole team contributed and there is a togetherness and resilience about that we have not had for most of the past 18 months. The arrival of Tom Lovelock, James Hammond, Josh Urquhart, Danny Rumen, James Harper, Matt Ball, Marcel Barrington and Khale Da Costa have brought a level of experience and mental strength to the group while also making the squad a lot more competitive.
"I have never stopped trying to improve the squad and I am happier that we are more together now than we have been for 18 months. That said, I am well aware that the job this season is far from done and we will not be complacent.
"We had a really good weeks training in the build up to a difficult game and we all knew what we needed to do at Sudbury. I think the squad did everything I asked of them.
"We now go into the game against Tonbridge on Saturday looking to make it three games unbeaten and, ideally, three consecutive wins. But it wonâ€™t be easy because Tonbridge have had a bad run of late and desperately need a win. My good friend Steve Mac (McKimm) will be doing all he can to stay in the playoff race and continue their excellent season to date."