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Vigs Confident Town's Luck Will Change Sooner Rather Than Later

15 October 2016

Lawrence Vigouroux is looking forward to today’s test away at AFC Wimbledon (3pm Kick-Off) and is confident a change of fortunes is just around the corner for Town.

The Reds will be hoping to stretch their unbeaten streak on the road to three games this afternoon at Kingsmeadow and getting back on track following last weekend’s 1-0 defeat at home to Bolton Wanderers.

Whilst recent results have gone against Town, Vigouroux knows a victory against the Dons today could well be the spark he and his team-mates need to embark on a run of positive results.

“We watched them a couple of days ago and they are quite a physical team,” he told

“They are good at set-pieces and it is something that a lot of the teams in the league do, but we’ve just got to stay true to ourselves and go forward and try and nullify the crowd by keeping the ball.

“We need to gain control of the game and we can do that. It is going to be a tough game – there are no easy games at any level.

“It is a game we’re looking forward to.

this time last season and look where they are and they were 24rd“We just need to keep going. You look at Barnsley last season, we went there last season and we were 23

“The fans just need to stick with us and we’ll deliver sooner rather than later.

“Once we get a good couple of results a little run will happen and that will be the least we deserve because I think we have played really well this season compared to last season but just not got the results – that will come.

“We just need to get that win and we’ll be up and running.”

Vigouroux has been in fine form in-between the sticks so far this season and took time to praise young stopper Will Henry, who has impressed when given the chance in 2016/17.

“Will is a terrific goalkeeper, he works very, very hard and he’s someone that I look to as well because he’s got a great mentality,” Vigouroux added.

“You seem to forget how young he is – he’s only 18 and he’s going in the right way.

“I was really happy for him against Oxford and he deserved that.”

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