"There's a good dressing room here that's focussed on achieving something not just this season, but next as well. We're already thinking about next year and working on things in training that will hopefully work for us then.
"Last season we ended with four wins and three clean sheets and that set us up for the good start we had this season. The aim is to keep pushing on in the last eight games and, from a personal point of view, get a few more clean sheets. "
The most I've had in a season is 19 in my promotion year with Doncaster Rovers. I've got 12 so far in the league and we've got 15 as a team, so I want to help surpass that Doncaster total."
The 32 year-old continued: "Would there be more pressure if we were actually in the top positions? It's hard to say because we're not there but I don't think so because we set our stall out to perform anywhere week in and week out. The pressure there is the pressure we put on ourselves to do well.
"If we'd gone to Luton, for instance, really in the top five then we'd have been able to do just as well because we've been on a good run and we're playing with confidence. I'd still have backed us to get a good result.
"We knew they would set a high tempo but we didn't realise it would be that high," he admitted. "With the position they're in, they had to come at us but we stuck to the job and got our noses in front and in the second half we put in a really professional performance.
"There were a lot of balls coming into the box from crosses and set pieces but the boys defended it magnificently. It was mainly punches for me.
"It's funny but there really weren't that many clear cut chances. There was one in the first half which I managed to get a hand to but apart from that there were no big saves to make. "It was a very good night for us."
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