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24 September 2012

ARGYLE penalty king Warren Feeney had no doubts what was behind Argyle’s 3-2 comeback win at Morecambe, nor any qualms about what it could mean.

“That was all about desire, all about hunger,” said Feeno, 31.

“This is a big win for us, on the road. Hopefully now the boys can realise how good they can be.

“We believe we’re doing the right things. We want to do things the right way.

“Last year, there was a different kind of pressure. It was all about staying up, and maybe the football wasn’t the best.

“Who wants to do that? We want to play football, and I think we showed how good we can.”

Feeno netted penalties against Morecambe goalkeeper Barry Roche in the 80th and 87th minutes to complete a comeback from 2-0 down that was begun by loan debutant Ross Jenkins’ 25-yard strike.

It looked like the Pilgrims’ other deadball specialist Robbie Williams fancied taken the first spot-kick, but Feeno said: “I’m a striker. I’ll fight anyone who wants to take that ball off me.

“I was glad to see the first one go in. The second one was funny because big Rochy was giving me a bit, saying ‘You won’t beat me again’ but I don’t buy into any of that – I’ll answer the questions after I’ve put the ball into the net.”

Warren played up front against Morecambe in a two with on-loan striker Guy Madjo, having previously been used as a lone striker in a 4-5-1 formation.

“I don’t care if the gaffer asks me to play right-back – I just want to play,” said Feeno.

“Sometimes I get frustrated when I don’t but that’s nothing against the team – it’s just me, wanting to play.

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