FULL-back Robbie Williams hopes that the busy festive period can set the Pilgrims up for a successful 2013.Argyle now face a run of five games in two weeks with a total of 15 points up for grabs.
“It makes or breaks a season,” said Rob.
“We’ve got five games in two weeks so if we can get more wins that losses, then we’ll be back up the in the mix and get into the mid-table.
“Then, after Christmas, if we have a push, and everybody’s fit – I think it’s only Wottsy now that’s injured – we’ve got a good chance because we’ve got a good squad.”
Robbie returned to action as a second-half substitute in the 1-1 draw with Exeter on Saturday after a lengthy spell on the sidelines with a stomach injury.
“It was a stomach strain and it just wouldn’t get any better,” explained Rob.
“I had to go and see a specialist in London, have an injection put in it and let it settle down.
“Touch wood, it’s pain free at the minute and, hopefully, it can be pain free over the Christmas period.
“But I’m back now so I want to get back in the team and kick on.”
So how did he find his first competitive action since October?
He said: “I was pleased to be involved.
“It was a big game against Exeter and we got a good result I think we could have gone on and won it in the second-half.
“I thought we were the dominant force, especially when we brought Chaddy and Feeno on. I thought we looked strong, held the ball up and brought the midfielders in.”