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Luke Forgione says Worsbrough Bridge have to maintain the performances levels they have reached in the last few months.
Worsborough – who host Wakefield AFC this afternoon – endured a difficult start to the campaign but have recovered with a steady run of form over the past ten games.
“At the beginning of the season when we were in that bad run of form, we were in games and we could have got points from those games,” Forgione told Non League Yorkshire.
“We played Harrogate Railway at our place and we drew and we had a chance late-on to win that game.
“I think it is just confidence.
“We added a few more players, a few more experienced players who have helped us.
“Football is a confidence game sometimes and there’s no special recipe.
“We have worked hard, stuck together and stuck to our beliefs and things have turned around a little bit.
“But we are in a limbo position at the moment.
“If we pick up some more wins in the next month we’re looking up the table but if we don’t we’ll be looking over our shoulders again.
“We have to keep working hard.”
Recent results have pulled Worsborough clear of the bottom three.
The Briggers have 28 points – 12 off the magic 40 mark.
However, Worsbrough have played more games than their rivals.
Forgione believes that’s to their advantage.
“I’m not concerned (that we have played more games),” he said.
“Points on board for me.
“We were on one-and-half points before (last Saturday) so that’s good form.
“Some of the teams around us are going to be playing Saturday-Tuesday-Saturday-Tuesday for six weeks.
“We’re going to have one game a week, I’d rather have points on the board.”
Worsbrough have won their appeal against Antony Leech’s red card in the 5-2 defeat at Harrogate Railway.