Page not getting carried away

Page not getting carried away

Manager Rob Page says the side is “not getting carried” away after their fourth win in six games.

But a delighted Page said after the win over Peterborough: “Full credit to the lads. We didn’t start well but they’ve dug deep to come from behind and I felt we deserved the win. Our home record is fantastic.

I know it’s a cliche, but we will take each game as it comes. We will stay under the radar, work hard and see where that takes us…

“We are not getting carried away with where we are in the table. I’ll make sure no-one looks any further than next week’s home game against Crewe, which should be a great local derby.

“I know it’s a cliche, but we will take each game as it comes. We will stay under the radar, work hard and see where that takes us.”

Page made the first two changes to his starting line-up for five games, with Chris Robertson and Chris Birchall replacing Richard Duffy and Dany N’Guessan.

He added: “We were beaten 3-0 at Chesterfield last week and I felt it was time to make a couple of changes.

“Chris Birchall is a fantastic professional, he’s been patient and I felt this game was for him. He was in the right place to take his goal and I always know what he can give the team with or without the ball.

“I was also pleased with Chris Robertson. At 6ft 4ins he gives us that physical presence. He was commanding in the air.”