FLEETWOOD may be knocking on the door of the play-offs, but Argyle manager John Sheridan will not be fearing their visit to Home Park on Saturday.Sheridan has long believed that very little separates teams in npower League 2 and will be targeting the Cod Army for all three points.
John said: “I don’t think there was too much difference between the teams and we just didn’t get that little bit of luck.
“The teams who we’ve played have been strong and whilst they haven’t looked better than us, we’ve lost the games and that frustrates me.
“I think we’ve improving; I think the players understand what we want from them.
“But in our position, we’ve got to win games. Your Gillingham’s and your Northampton’s will play poorly and win games. I don’t think we‘re a team who can do that.
“We have to be on song and on top of our game to get a result.”
The goalless draw with Bradford City on Tuesday night gives Fleetwood’s inaugural Home Park visit all the more important but John is buoyed from what he believes was a solid performance.
“I think we matched Bradford and they are one of the better teams in the division,” said John.
“I thought it was a really good performance. Obviously we need to win games because of the position we’re in and it would have been great to sneak a goal at the end. It was unbelievable how it stayed out.
“I can take good things out of the game the other night. There’s nothing wrong with their attitude or their work-ethic; they’re trying to win games.”