North End continued their pre-season preparations with a 4-0 win over Bamber Bridge at the Sir Tom Finney Stadium.
After the game, assistant manager Glynn Snodin and forward Andy Little spoke to PNE PlayerHD about the win and it's benefits to the squad.
Snodin was happy with the effort put in by the players and was delighted to see the goals go in this time around, after a goalless draw at Chorley at the weekend.
"It's just what we wanted, another clean sheet and this time we got the goals as well. We got the work rate out of them so yes it was a great night.
"It was a high tempo work out and that's what we're looking for. It is pre-season, it's early on and that's why we use these two games to get the work in and use it as a training session as well.
"The lads have been fantastic in training and also they've performed over the two games."
Little, who only managed 16 games during his debut season mainly due to injury, is hoping to get a good pre-season under his belt as he looks to make an impact at the Club.
"It's massive for me to get a good pre-season under my belt. I can't hide my frustration and annoyance at last season, it just didn't go the way I wanted it to go.
"I don't think it was for lack of trying, in some instances it was maybe for trying too much.
"I wanted to make an impression and help the boys and unfortunately from a personal level I wasn't able to.
"That's all by the by now and I have a positive attitude and I'm really looking forward to this season and so far so good.
"Pre-season has been going reasonably well for me at the moment and I know it's going to be even tougher this season to make an impact but I'm ready for the challenge and I really, really want to make an impact."
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