Jordan Shipley chatted to the media ahead of tomorrow's trip to Bolton.
Town head to the University of Bolton Stadium on the back of putting in two excellent displays against Portsmouth and Plymouth over the past week.
Those performances were achieved despite a raft of injury problems with Dan Udoh, George Nurse, Tom Bayliss, Rekeil Pyke, Matt Pennington and Christian Saydee all in the treatment room.
Town's players battled their way to an excellent point against Portsmouth and on another day could have had all three.
We then took the lead against league leaders Plymouth only for Argyle to snatch the points with a 96th-minute winner.
Speaking to the assembled media, Jordan discussed recent performances and praised youngster Kade Craig who made his league debut against Argyle on Tuesday night.
ON THE PAST FEW WEEKS:
"Our last two results have been a bit disappointing – we felt we could have got at least four points from those games.
"It was tough against Portsmouth - being 1-0 up, then they got it back to 1-1 but then we had a man sent off.
"It was a good point in the end.
"But I felt the other night, the lads were great and we were unfortunate not to come away from that game with points as well.
"All in all, the lads are all good. We’re in good spirits and ready to go to Bolton and try and get the three points."
ON NOT DWELLING ON PLYMOUTH:
"You have to bounce back and that is what we are looking to do.
"There were a lot of emotions in the Plymouth game because of the lack of players that we had.
"But we are all focused now going into Bolton."
ON THE INJURY PROBLEMS:
"There are always injuries throughout the season but I’ve never experienced as many as we’ve had here.
"But everyone to a man has been great. The lads that have gone onto the field, they’ve put everything in.
"We are giving it all we have got."
ON THE ACADEMY LADS:
"I came through the academy at Coventry and when you get given your chance you have to take it.
"Kade [Craig] got a start and he deserved it because he has been training well. And it can be anyone next.
"We are a good squad, the young lads have come in and trained really well with us.
"You can see they are flourishing and hopefully they can kick on."
ON LOOKING AFTER HIMSELF:
"I’m a family man so I don’t get much rest at home with the three kids – but my wife, she takes most of the burden. She looks after me.
"I always try and recover well. It's going to be my 47th game, I haven’t played this many games in a season.
"I’m really enjoying my football again and, on the recovery, side – as a professional you have to recover right.
"Over time you know what you need and what you don’t need."
ON FIGHTING TO GET INTO THE TOP 10:
"We have got four games left, Charlton have got three.
"We have got to get points on the board now. We want to finish in the top 10 at least and we’re going to give it all we’ve got."