Craig Hignett has encouraged Pools to take a leaf out of the
book of this weekend's visitors Yeovil Town as they look to make a return to
The Pools boss has pointed to The Glovers as a good example
of how quickly things can change once you start winning games, with DarrenSarll's men arriving in the North East on the back of seven victories in a row.
However, the Somerset outfit suffered an inconsistent first
month before something clicked at the end of August and their recent run haslifted them up to third in the National League table.
Now Hignett is demanding that his side follow suit following
an indifferent September and he wants the players to go out and express themselvesat Victoria Park on Saturday.
“That's what happens when you get in to a run,” Hignett toldPools TV.
“They've gone seven on the trot now and when things are
going for you, they really go for you so it's just about building thatmomentum.
“If you win two or three on the bounce it will propel you
right up the league because it's still so tight and that's what we've got tolook to do.
“I think it's been an issue this season that we're not
scoring enough goals for the amount of chances we're creating – we haven't beenruthless enough and that's plain to see.
“If we can turn some of these draws in to wins it makes a massive difference. I can stand here and say we've only lost two in nine but it makes no difference if you don't win enough and we need to win more games.
“Looking at Yeovil, they're probably the best team I have seen
up to now – but I don't think there's a lot between us because on our day wecan give anyone a game.
“We have to make sure that it's our day on Saturday.”