Westley wants to keep that winning feeling
Boro go looking for their fourth consecutive away win when they take on York City at The KitKat Crescent but manager Graham Westley has warned it won t be easy. While Boro were busy registering an impressive away win at Luton Town on Tuesday night, the M
Boro go looking for their fourth consecutive away win when they take on York City at The KitKat Crescent but manager Graham Westley has warned it won't be easy.
While Boro were busy registering an impressive away win at Luton Town on Tuesday night, the Minstermen had already sent out a statement of their own that they plan to be challenging for promotion with a 3-2 win against Kidderminster last Saturday.
Westley insisted that returning from their trip north with all three points in tow would be feel just as rewarding as their victory at Kenilworth Road.
"It's the next job from our point of view - it's not going to be easy," said Westley. "It doesn't matter where you go, you've got to show the appetite to go and get the win.
"We'll put the result against Luton to bed but take the confidence from that. It's now important to make sure that we keep this winning feeling going on Saturday."
Westley is unlikely to make many changes to the side that performed so well on Tuesday with the likes of Darren Murphy and Andy Drury getting more minutes under their belts following niggling injuries.
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Eddie Odhiambo caught the eye as a substitute in midweek but may have to be content with a place on the bench once more with Michael Brough keeping his place at right back.