Warrington Rylands manager Michael Clegg is pleased with recent showings after extending their unbeaten run to three.
*This is a transcript from Off The Park’s interview with Warrington Rylands manager, Michael Clegg. They face Morpeth Town and Macclesfield FC after extending their unbeaten run to three.
Happy with the recent run? “It takes character to bounce back after that defeat on the opening day, especially at home, but we’ve done that.
“It’s just a game at a time, we don’t look at any runs whether it is a losing one or a winning one, we dust ourselves off and focus on the next one. It’s going to be tough, Morpeth are a good side and you never have an easy game against them – they recruited well in the summer.
“I think they’ll be looking to make the playoffs this year because I know they’ve underachieved over the last couple of years. They’ve got decent players and it’s going to be really, really tough.”
What does it do for aspirations? “It’s only our second season in the division, we’ve had a lot of cuts in the summer so we’re nowhere near as financially strong as last year.
“What we are is all being together, going off the same page, the same common goal and money can’t buy that.
“We’ve got a really strong squad, lads who are weathered at this level and know their roles, it’s one of those things, we’ll keep taking it week-by-week.”
Thoughts on Morpeth Town: “We’re at home, barring the Radcliffe game we have been tough since I come in.
“We want three points off anyone whenever we’re at home but we understand the threats they have. We’ve had our reports, we’ll look to implement our ideas from training and take it into Saturday.”