ANTHONY PILKINGTON reckons Town are in no mood to take their foot off the play-off pedal.
The 21-year-old wingman played his part in Friday’s televised 1-0 victory over Millwall and is now eager to get cracking against his former club Stockport at Edgeley Park on Saturday.
“Winning the game against Millwall was massive for us and now we are going to kick on from here,” he said.
“Millwall really came at us in the second half, pushed a lot of men forward and got a lot of crosses into our box.
“But the lads showed great character to protect our lead and we really showed what we are about.”
Skipper Peter Clarke, who got the winning goal (his sixth of the season) with a header from a corner, said it was the most important of his Town career to date.
“It’s certainly the most valuable goal I’ve scored for the club so far and, as we were on top in the game at the time, it was important to make that breakthrough,” he explained.
“We had to work hard defensively, especially in the second half because Millwall made changes and threw a lot at us.
“The lads had to deal with a lot of ball coming into the area, but we expected nothing else to be honest.
“We were certainly well pleased with the result and now we just need to carry on from here.”