WES Foderingham believes Town have everything to play for as they prepare for the trip to promotion rivals Yeovil Town next Tuesday evening.
The Robins are without a game this weekend with their next League One game the televised an away date at Huish Park on Tuesday 19th March.
Foderingham was left to reflect on what might have been following a setback at Brentford, but remains hopeful of a strong finish to the campaign with nine games remaining.
He said: “If you look at the fixtures Brentford have a difficult run in, like us, so there is everything to play for.
“I don’t think any permanent damage has been done but if we can get good results in the next few games then I think we can turn things around.”
Referee Stuart Atwell awarded a second half penalty at Griffin Park which Sam Saunders converted to get the hosts back on level terms. Speaking of the incident, the Town ‘keeper was disappointed with how the evening played out.
He said: “I will hold my hands up to the penalty. I didn’t think it was a penalty though because I tried to keep my arms in but the referee gave it and that was that. I was beaten at my near post for the second goal and I think I let my teammates down.
“I will hold my hands up when I make mistakes but I am always critical of myself and have high standards.”