After praising the squad and the togetherness of the players on local radio this week after the Burton game, Ellison says he's optimistic
"There's nothing in this division that frightens me and I've definitely not got any fears," says Ellison. "Last season there were one or two teams who were up there, the likes of Rochdale who played a good passing game and got out of the division and are now doing well.
"But this season it's a bit different and there's nothing I've seen so far that worries me. We're going well and got a good point at Bury, which I think we're all happy with. We were pleased with the point. Bury will be up there at the end of the season but we'll be there or thereabouts.
"We could have lost in midweek against Bradford when Andy Warrington had to make some very good saves and we had to go to Gigg Lane in the right frame of mind. But you go to places like Bury and know that if you can get points then you'll be up there at the end of the season.
"We lost there last year but this time we got a point, so that has to be an improvement because they are a good side. For 20 minutes or so I think we were the better team but then they made the substitutions and brought the young lads on. They've got plenty of pace and can cause anyone problems and after that we sat back and have to be pleased with the draw."
Kev added: "Now we've got Stevenage at home this week. At home and on paper we'll be the favourites to win, but there aren't any easy games in this division."
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