Josh Wilde has called the four points achieved in the past four days “massive points on the board” and says momentum is firmly with FC Halifax Town as they head into a crucial part of the season.
The goalless draw with Brackley that followed Saturday’s huge win at Kidderminster has put Town in a fine position as the season gets to the business stage.
“It’s a point, but it’s a huge point on the board. We just have to keep building momentum for the next few tough games. We’ve got to make sure we keep up the confidence too.”
Looking ahead to Alfreton on Saturday, Wilde is calling on the fans to make an impact at the Shay.
“The fans were superb at Brackley, and they’ve been great ever since I signed. They make wherever we play a cauldron of noise and it really helps us when they get behind us. They’re absolutely the 12th man.”
The defender thinks the confidence in the dressing room is high and believes that fans and players sticking together is important.
“We know the next few games will be really tough, but we’re confident and we’re playing some good football, looking like we’ll score every time we go forward. It’s all about sticking together because if we’re all one, and we all believe in the same target then there’s no reason why we can’t stay in the play-offs and get promoted.”
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