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Standards set says Lewis

15 December 2014

Plenty to build on says Price despite defeat to leaders

Goalkeeper Lewis Price believes Reds will start picking up victories again if they can maintain the level of performance and work-rate seen in the last two games.


Price, who is on loan from Crystal Palace, was beaten with just three minutes left of Saturday’s game at Ashton Gate as Reds went down 1-0 to leaders Bristol City.


He admitted: “It was a real kick in the teeth. We did fantastically well and put a real shift in as a team so to concede so late in the game was a real sickener.


“I thought I had a good game but it’s not about me – it’s about the team and we were all gutted afterwards. Defensively it’s the best we have been in the three games I have been here. A lot of the saves I had to make were routine and that was against a very good team.


“The challenge for us now is to play like that week in, week out. I think in the last two games against Chesterfield and now Bristol City the boys have worked 

tremendously hard. That’s the standard we have to maintain now, starting this Saturday against Port Vale.


“If we keep playing like we have I fancy us to start picking up three points more often.”


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