‘JUST forget it’ is the message from Town striker Andy Booth as Town set their sights on an away success at Stockport County on Saturday.
The 3-1 setback against Crewe at Gresty Road on Saturday dented Town’s charge for the play-off and points are proving hard to come by away from the Galpharm Stadium.
But Booth, who made only his second appearance since late September as a 65th minute substitute against Alex, felt it was a problem that shouldn’t be dwelled upon.
“Away games seem to be a problem and it is hard to put your finger on the way we play at home and the way we play away,” said Booth.
“But we have to get that out of our minds and concentrate on next weekend because we have another hard game at Stockport.
“We can expect the same great backing from our fans over there as we had at Crewe and if we get three points then the ‘awayday blues’ will be forgotten about.”
Booth was described as ‘itching to get on’ by boss Lee Clark and the experienced striker admitted that to get on the field after his recovery from surgery for a back injury had been a bonus – though he was disappointed by the defeat at the hands of struggling Alex.
“It is not nice to come away with a defeat, but it was nice to get 25 minutes under my belt in addition to the 60 minutes in midweek against Rotherham in the reserves. I just need games,” said Booth.