Perry Ng has told the club’s official website that although he was pleased to see us fight back from two goals down at Stevenage on Saturday, it was still two points dropped in his opinion.
The right-back scored a stunning goal with 10 minutes left to get us back into the game and substitute Charlie Kirk deservedly headed home an equaliser deep into stoppage time to salvage a point. Ng thought that after bossing much of the game, we should have had all three points.
Perry told us: “In the end it was a good point considering the position we found ourselves going into the closing stages, but we still think it was two points dropped in the end because we were the better team on the day. It felt like a win because of Charlie’s goal coming so late, but we know we had the chances to have won the game comfortably.
“We gave away two stupid goals really and we couldn’t quite finish things off in the final third either, but we are over that now and our focus all week has been on Coventry.
“We know Coventry are a good team. They were very good when we went to their place but we have played reasonably well recently and we have to make our next two home games count.
“It is a chance for us to get some more points and that is how we approach every game. We do believe that we can beat anybody on our day and there is no reason why we cannot get another positive result. “