Boro were the better side - Westley
Boro boss Graham Westley believes his side created enough chances to take maximum points after their 1-1 draw with fellow promotion hopefuls Kettering Town on Saturday. Boro were pegged back thanks to Moses Ashikodi s strike after Joel Byrom had put Stev
Boro boss Graham Westley believes his side created enough chances to take maximum points after their 1-1 draw with fellow promotion hopefuls Kettering Town on Saturday.
Boro were pegged back thanks to Moses Ashikodi's strike after Joel Byrom had put Stevenage in front after less than two minutes but Westley's men looked far more likely to find a winner in the second period.
Both Charlie Griffin and Chris Beardsley had excellent opportunities as Boro pushed hard for a winner but Kettering managed to keep them at bay.
"I thought we were the better side especially in the second half," said Westley. "I dread to think what the possession count was in our favour.
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"We had one or two cracking chances and I think the lads really did go for the throat."
Looking at the bigger picture, Westley acknowledged that his side are still well positioned for an assault on promotion but conceded Boro still need to find more of a cutting edge in front of goal.
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"We've got a platform in place and it's up to us to build on it. We would all say that we've created more chances than we've scored goals, which speaks for itself.
"The clinicality of the side needs to develop but that will come as understandings grow.
"We will start scoring a lot more goals once the players get understandings formed.
"We will score more goals and we will convert our wins into better wins and our draws into wins. I can feel it building.