MANAGER Paul Wotton shares his thoughts after he saw his side beat Yate Town 0-3 yesterday at Lodge Road.
"I thought we were very professional, I thought we looked a little leggy at times but we've got enough quality in the team to get us through games like that and when we don't play as well I as I would like us too and still win 0-3, its all good."
The game also saw another clean sheet for his goalkeeper James Hamon... "Very important, Hammy had a one really important save at 0-1 which he knocked onto the post, which was a fantastic save other than that he didn't have a great deal to do. The back three were competent and we were pretty comfortable."
He also spoke about his new signing Tyler Harvey who scored his third goal in two games since returning to the club. "Two headers from corners from the last two games, which is important. I thought him and Niall looked a little bit leggy today however they both scored a goal, so I'm really pleased. Tyler with three in two, we knew that was what he was going to bring to the team."
The White Tigers now have a week off before they head to Harrow Borough. "The week off allows us to get a couple of good training sessions in. I don't like it when we can't train due to midweek games so hopefully get some good sessions in."
He continued... "Hopefully James Ward will be back fit and fingers crossed Noah Keats as well. Two important players to the squad.