Boss on stalemate at Peterborough...
SADDLERS’ boss, Dean Smith, has given his verdict on our goalless draw at Peterborough United in a game that we dominated.
“It was frustrating,” he said. “We were in total control, other than a ten-minute spell during the second half.
“We played some really good stuff on a slow and bobbly pitch, it’s just that our end product was missing.
“We will take a lot of belief out of this performance; we created plenty of chances, but lacked a little quality in the final third.
“The performance levels have been there recently and the commitment and endeavour of the players cannot be faulted.
“The fans showed their appreciation at the end because it was a good display and if we continue to perform like this, the goals and victories will follow, I have no doubt about that.
“It’s two home games on the spin now. We are hopeful of having Tom Bradshaw back for Saturday, which will give us all a boost.
“We will keep battling on. It’s going to be tight down there but we will continue doing the right things and working hard.”