Boro boss Westley looking to hit the ground running next season
STEVENAGE chief Graham Westley wants to see his side hit the ground running next season and achieve the winning consistency he knows they are capable of. A poor start to last season gave Boro a mountain to climb and, while Westley is not setting any targe
STEVENAGE chief Graham Westley wants to see his side hit the ground running next season and achieve the winning consistency he knows they are capable of.
A poor start to last season gave Boro a mountain to climb and, while Westley is not setting any targets for his troops ahead of the 2009/10 campaign, he is determined his squad do not face a similar uphill struggle this time around.
"We've proved we're capable of going on a winning run and it's that consistency that we will be striving for again from the start," the 41-year-old told The Comet.
"But football is about taking one game at a time and then doing your best to win the next game that's put in front of you.
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"Every football club would love to win their first 10 games and we are no different. "But we can all talk about what we want to do - it's about what we actually do that counts."
Westley insists he is not interested what his rivals have been doing in the transfer market over the closed-season as it will be his own side's form that will determine whether a promotion campaign is on the cards.
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"I don't really look at rivals," added Westley. "I just think that if we concentrate on ourselves then we won't have to worry about anyone else.