And Harrison, who sat out the JPT game in midweek, explains about the current problems and that Nicky Law could be the key to unlocking opposing defences
"I think that towards the end of the game last Saturday we saw the Nicky Law everyone wants to see, getting on the ball and running at people. I think he could be the one who can unlock the door for us.
"He has been stuck on the right hand side a lot but if you give him a free rein to go and look for the ball then he will find good areas. The gaffer wants him to go and play on the right but when he is playing just in front of me and Jason Taylor it gives him the whole pitch to go and pick up the ball and cause problems.
"Fans and players all know what he can do. Although we have been in a barren spell we are not getting dominated by teams. Something just needs to turn for us. We need a goal to go in off a shoulder or something just to get us going.
"We just need a little bit of a break in the final third. Whereas earlier in the season we were scoring for fun, now the tide has turned. On Saturday for instance I fell over one chance and Adam Le Fondre skied one.
"It must be frustrating for the fans but when we got back in the changing room on Saturday we all agreed it was the best football we'd played in a while.
"We're not a million miles away and the build-up play was good. Oxford are another one of those clubs who have come up from the Blue Square and done quite well. They're going to be strong and they try to move the ball around."
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