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AFTER the midweek victory at Port Vale, manager Denis Smith challenged wingback Carlos Edwards to come up with a big goal for the club and he did that on Saturday, by scoring to wrap up victory at Stockport.


"I'm delighted with my goal," said a very happy Carlos. "It's my first of the season and it's nice to get off the mark.

"It's just one step towards getting us safe though, and I'll do everything I can to get the club out of trouble.

Looking like his old self again, Carlos is happy to be playing once more:

"It took me a while to get back into my form. I don't want to make excuses, but it has taken a while for me to get back to doing the things which I've been doing for the last couple of seasons.

"It's come to a stage now where I've found my form, and though it's quite late in the season I just hope it can continue."

While we are still in contention to stay up, how does the winger view our chances?

There has always been a belief that we can do it. It's always eleven against eleven so we know that anything can happen.

"The fact is that we've gone away, got four goals and three points, and that has to be a big boost going into the last week of the season.

"Hopefully, we can keep playing well together and get the six points we need.

"They're big matches coming up but players want to be involved in big games like that! It's one of those things where players dream of playing in games where they can achieve something special for their club.

"We just want there to be a club here next season, and do our best to make sure it's still in the same division!

"We've always had belief in ourselves. If we didn't there'd be no point in going out there to represent the club.
"We come in to training and to play the matches determined to give a hundred per cent, despite the situation at the club."