JAMIE Ness is determined to take each game at a time as he continues his rehabilitation from injury.
The Scottish midfielder made his comeback, after a calf problem, in Saturday’s 1-1 Sky Bet League One daw at Doncaster Rovers which extended the Pilgrims’ unbeaten run to eight matches.
That streak has had some of the Green Army looking fancifully towards the division’s play-off zone but Jamie reckons everyone should focus only on Saturday’s visit of league leaders Wigan Athletic to Home Park.
“It’s got to be game by game,” he said. “This league is a difficult league to play in; we saw that at the start of the season. We have had a really good run and we have found our feet a little bit, but we can’t get ahead of ourselves. We have got to take it one game at a time.
“Confidence is massive in football so we have just got to try to keep this run going, take it game by game, and continue to try to put points on the board.
“When you string a few results together, you get more confidence; players can start to get forward a little bit more. The team is on a good run at the moment. I would like to get forward a bit more myself and contribute to that. I think that will come with the more games that I play.”