Winger looks ahead to final home game
Paul Hurst and his squad face MK Dons in their penultimate game of the regular season this Saturday against an already relegated MK Dons.
Hurst’s men who sit in third place will look to use the penultimate game to get into good habits heading into the important Play-Off games.
“We are obviously a high intensity team and going into the Play-Offs fresh is the main priority. We have come third and finished above the rest of them by some distance so hopefully we can use that to our advantage and be fit and raring to go.
“We all feel really good. It feels like a new lease of life at the moment. It’s a career defining time for all of us, especially for players like my self and Shaun who are going towards the latter stages of our career.
“These couple of weeks could really define our careers and be something really special for people like us and we are determined to grasp that with both hands.”
One game remains for Town and Rodman feels it is important to end the regular season on a high against a difficult team to play, he said: “We want to win every single game that we can. I would like to see some confidence and positivity from the boys and get back to what we were doing early on in the season.
“It would be nice to go out there on Saturday and put on a performance for the fans and give us some confidence going into Thursday.
“MK Dons are a big club and have had some success in the past. It’s tough when you play a team who are relegated. It’s like the shackles are off. There is freedom there and the players can go out and they can make mistakes without being punished because their fate is sealed so we will have to be a bit wary of that.
“We are third in the league for a reason and we will be looking to put on a performance on leading into next week.”