Assistant manager Glynn Snodin talks to PNE Player ahead of this weekend's league tie against Crawley Town.
Despite the disappointment of a JPT exit on Tuesday night, the squad remains positive and go into the game on Saturday with confidence as they look to bring home all three points.
"They've come in with smiles on their faces to be fair to them, we said what we had to say Tuesday night after the game. They were disappointed but unfortunately in football you've got to get your head up and stick your chest out and go again and that's what we've got to do this week and get ready for Saturday.
"All season the lads have been fantastic, defended from the front, in the middle of the park trying to get tight and then the back five. I think it's 26 goals we've conceded up to now in the league and that's a magnificent achievement. I think the top two have only conceded 23 and 25 or something so we're up there with them on that side it's just the other end.
"We're trying to get goals from everywhere, from set plays, you look at MK Dons and there's goals from everywhere rather than relying on one player. We need goals from elsewhere, Gallagher's started coming to the for then we can get goals from the wide players. Kyel's coming back in now, Chris Humphrey and everybody has got to add from the midfield from open and set plays.That's what we're trying to get through as well to get more goals in us."
Speaking of Saturday's opposition, Glynn continued: "When you look at what they've got on paper, it's a decent squad list with some decent players so it's never going to be easy wherever you play but hopefully we've got Tuesday night out of they way and we'll go down there with a fight and bring those three points back."
To hear more from Glynn Snodin on this weekend's fixture head to PNE Player for the full interview.