ARGYLE’S come-from-behind victory against AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday was their fourth on the spin...
...and Ryan Brunt believes that wins in all competitions can only be of benefit to his side’s momentum.
The striker started, and scored, in the Pilgrims' 3-2 success at the Cherry Red Records Stadium, as manager Derek Adams picked a strong line-up for their second trip to Kingston in a month, showing the team’s commitment to putting in their best possible showing in each competitive game.
“We take it as seriously as any other game,” said Ryan, “because we don’t travel all that way and stay overnight to not take it seriously.
“It was frustrating because it was two soft goals [we conceded], I think, but to come back and win like we did, away from home on a Tuesday night, was pleasing.”
The victory, coupled with it being the club’s first win after going behind in a game for well over two-and-a-half years, has boosted an already soaring morale in the Argyle camp. For Brunt, that positivity and determination to succeed is key to maintaining the Greens’ excellent start to the 2015-16 campaign.”
“You look at us today,” said Ryan, speaking on Thursday morning, “after coming from 2-0 down to win; just walking into the changing room then, the lads are upbeat.
“If we didn’t get that result it would’ve been a bit different, so that was why it was important to put a strong team out and win there.
“A real roll is a different thing to four wins on the bounce, but you’ve just got to take each game as it comes. As long as we keep getting positive results all the time and keep putting points on the board, then we’re doing alright.
“We just need to keep our heads down and work hard, as we’re doing. We’re in every day and I think that’s really benefiting us.”