Stevenage manager Graham Westley was in an upbeat mood ahead of this weekend’s trip to Rotherham.
He told Boro Player, “There’s no easy points in this league. It was tough going and winning at Peterborough but go there and win we did. From our point of view we know there’s no easy trips, there’s no easy points, no opposition home or away is simple to beat. It was as tough to beat Gillingham as it was to beat Brentford.
“But we’re no mean opposition either. I’m sure they’ll be giving us the utmost respect. They’ll be expecting a decent side to turn up. They’ll be expecting a highly motivated side to turn up. I’m sure they won’t be looking at the fixture and treating it lightly at all.
“The results we had at Doncaster, at home to Swindon, at home to Gillingham and some of the performances that have gone alongside those are a sign that things at this football club are on their way.
“We’ve 57 points to play for. It’s up to us to win as many of those 57 points as we can do.”
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