LEE CLARK warned against any complacency after his side chalked back-to-back six-goal hauls with their 6-0 success over Wycombe Wanderers.
While delighted with his side’s performance, Clark is determined that their good form should not slip and that by the end of the season these early successes – with 26 goals scored in Town’s opening eight League outings at the Galpharm – are not allowed to go to waste.
“To my mind there are seven or eight teams in this division who can get up into the Championship,” said Clark.
“It will be a long hard competition, we are on a good run just at the moment and we have got to make sure that continues.
“I stressed to the players all week before the game that I didn’t want to see any complacency creeping in.
“It is something that we have talked a lot about and my players turned in a magnificent performance that was not just about the attacking, because we got another clean sheet again which was really pleasing.
“It was all about good players playing well and they showed they have a real desire to do well.
“There is a lot of attacking flair in the team and some of the play at times was excellent.
“As well as the ones we have scored, we have had a few kicked off the line, we’ve missed a few and the keeper has made some terrific saves.
“On the training ground we are always working on the situations you have to deal with on match day and for me and my staff it gives you great pleasure when you see them take that into the game.
“It shows that they really are taking on board what we are saying to them.”
Clark made only one change during the win over Wycombe with striker Lee Novak being replaced by Theo Robinson at half time.
Novak suffered a bang to the head and was withdrawn as a precaution after he said he had been suffering blurred vision.