Manager Stephen Robinson says three points ‘had been coming’ after his side picked up a valuable win over league leaders Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday afternoon.
Goals from Anthony O’Connor, Jonah Ayunga and Cole Stockton wrapped up the points against the Chairboys, and Robinson says his side have not lost belief in their capabilities.
“The three points were thoroughly deserved and it has been coming, I think we played really well on Tuesday night against Wigan Athletic without our just rewards,” he said.
“Our performance against Spurs and our comeback against Doncaster shows that there is real belief here, or confidence is starting to grow in each other as well.
“The new signings have helped, I think that was Jonah Ayunga’s best performance of the season, along side Arthur [Gnahoua] and Cole [Stockton], they are not top-of-the league by accident, they have a very good manager, they have a terrific side.”
Ayunga was the catalyst for the Shrimps, scoring and providing a scrumptious assist for Stockton’s winner, with Robinson laying praise upon the shoulders of his forward man after the final whistle.
“I see everyday what he does in training, we know what a talent he is, he complicates his game sometimes, he should keep things simple because simplicity is genius and when he does that, he’s a very good player at this level,” he added.
“His his a handful and we are hoping that he will build on that now, you look at that forward line with hi, Cole and Arthur, who were all fantastic today, then we have a real threat up front.
“You have to look at the defence as well, they are starting to gel together and the four players at the back all had a very good game, we won’t get carried away but it is a good result against a very good side.”