Warrington - We've got one hell of a chance

Last updated : 01 February 2008 By Bigrich.....
The 31 year old keeper has come into Millmoor and installed some confidence in the defence with a number of impressive displays.

Speaking to todays 'Tiser Warrington spoke of his time at Millmoor so far; "I'm loving it here and capping it off with the captaincy at Chester was fantastic for me, It's the first time I've been captained and I can't put into words how much of an honour that was. Obviously it was a one-off, but I enjoyed it."

"It just happens that it tallied with me completing a full year without missing a single game. You ask anyone, particularly a keeper, and they'll tell you that if you play week in and week out then you feel better about yourself. I had that time out when I broke my leg. I just got back fit whe I did my ankle ligaments. Those injuries cost me 14 months in all.

"Once I got back fit I went on loan to Bury and ended up signing there until the end of last season. I felt rusty in some of the early games there and it wasn't until the end there that I felt myself really improving. Coming here and working with the goalkeeping coach Simon Tracey day in and day out certainly knocked any remaining rust off me. I had a good pre-season and hit the ground running.

"We've a great set of lads and I think we've got a hell of a chance. We gelled quickly as a team and we've got stronger and stronger. We've a tough February coming up with Hereford, MK Dons and Wycombe to play again. As long as we can keep on picking points up then we should be alright."

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