Defender Kayne Ramsay hopes that Town can kick start the month of December with three points as we return to league action with an away match against Rochdale this weekend.“We are more than capable of going out there and picking up three points on Saturday. We have shown that we can go to difficult places and pick up results. Performances like the one at Bradford give us confidence and hopefully we can show our quality this weekend and get the result.
“There is a lot of games coming up in the next month so hopefully we can start positively but it's important that we recover well between games and do everything we can to prepare physically.”
With a disappointing defeat last time out against Hartlepool, Town's number 20 has backed the side to bounce back with a strong performance.
“Last Saturday was obviously a disappointing result because we know we are capable of better. However, that game is behind us and our focus is on the league and Saturday is about how we react.
“We put in a good performance in our last league game, picked up three points and collected a clean sheet, so hopefully we go in to the game with the same energy and intensity and see where that gets us.”
The defender insists our 3-0 victory over Mansfield Town has set a high standard for what should be expected within the Town squad moving forward.
“We have shown the level of performance we can produce in our last league match. For us now, we have to match those levels in every game we play. No one can switch off because we have a good squad with players waiting for their opportunity to come in.
“Our fans are always fantastic in giving their backing to us. Whether that be at home or away, we want to give them a performance to cheer for and hopefully make some more memories together.”
Preparation for Saturday's match is almost complete and the 22-year-old has revealed the side have been working hard to impose their style of play from the first minute.
“This week we have been working at our intensity and keeping that high at all times. We have a style of play and we set out to play that way. However, it's important that as a collective we read the game well and adapt to the situation in front of us.
“We have watched a lot of video on Rochdale, we have identified their strengths and know at home how good they'll be. They are a team who are very close to us in the table so it should be an even match.”