We must forget about Wembley - Drury
Boro must not dwell on their success in the FA Trophy as there are much better days ahead this season according to midfielder Andy Drury. The final whistle at Stonebridge Road prompted rapturous scenes amongst Boro s travelling support looking forward to
Boro must not dwell on their success in the FA Trophy as there are much better days ahead this season according to midfielder Andy Drury.
The final whistle at Stonebridge Road prompted rapturous scenes amongst Boro's travelling support looking forward to another Wembley final but Drury insists the squad's collective feet are remaining firmly on the ground.
"The boys are buzzing but we know we've got another game on Tuesday and we've got to get our heads around that," he told The Comet after Peter Vincenti's late strike sealed a 4-2 aggregate win against Ebbsfleet on Saturday in the Trophy.
"We know we've got 14 or 15 big games coming up so the boys are just getting ready for Tuesday now.
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"We're in the final but we want to get to another final so we've got to focus on every single game between now and the end of the season."
However, Drury is a major doubt for the trip to Histon on Tuesday evening after picking up a hamstring injury on Saturday that forced his second half withdrawal.
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Manager Graham Westley will be keeping his fingers crossed that Drury is not out for long bearing in mind the excellent form the former Lewes man has been in.
"I felt it pop as I overstretched and I've just got to see how it reacts now," added Drury, who is suddenly one of the frontrunners for the club's player-of-the-season award. "I've not ever done that before.
"Hopefully, I won't be out for too long. I've got to speak to the physio but I'm just going to have to wait and see how it settles down.