MIDFIELDER John Bostock chose to take the positives from Town’s performance after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Doncaster on Saturday.
Speaking to the official website after the game, the on-loan Spurs man admitted that the team were disappointed with the draw but says that the Town more than matched their higher-placed opponents.
“We’ve been working so hard in training and the lads really put a shift in,” he said. “We wanted to win so I guess it’s a point gained but at the same time we feel a bit disappointed that we have not won.
“We definitely showed that we can compete with and better the (sides at the) top of the league but I think if we want to push on and do well we need to pick up three points where we dominate for most of the game.
“We put in a good shift and we made opportunities so I think on another day we’ll put them away but I guess it’s something we’ve got to keep working on and hopefully we’ll score more goals.”
After clocking up his first 90 minutes of the campaign, Bostock revealed that he was not taking his place in the team for granted.
“I take each game as it comes,” he said. “I was selected today and I gave it my all. I played my first 90 minutes of the season today so I was really happy to get 90 minutes under my belt and I’m really happy that the gaffer chose me to play today but next Saturday he could change his mind so I’ve got to keep working hard in training next week.
“Every game is the most important game. When you go onto the pitch at 3pm you don’t think about the next game you just think “you’re going to war” and hopefully we can win the battle and get the three points so we take every game as it comes. Especially for myself - I can’t wait for the next game.”