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DAWSON - THE TABLE WILL TAKE CARE OF ITSELF

24 February 2015

Adam Dawson talks about his loan spell so far

Since Adam Dawson joined Bristol Rovers on loan from Premiership side Leicester City the side have picked up 10 points from a possible 12 on offer and Adam is really happy to be part of the run.

"It was a tough game on Saturday, it was a bit of a scrap but at this time of the season it is all about getting those three points on offer and we did that against Altrincham.

"We are taking each game as it comes and hopefully we can get as many wins as possible from now until the end of the season.

"It was good to get the three points under our belt, but now we need to move onto tonight's game against Braintree.

Winning on Saturday allowed Rovers to close the gap on league leaders Barnet to just one point and Adam says the table is much easier reading now.

"It is good that we closed the gap but we don't want to get carried away and we know that the manager won't let us do that.

"We aren't looking at Barnet, we are just looking at our next game and as a squad we want to win every game that we play.

"If we do the job we need to do, the table will take care of itself.

A win tonight could send Rovers top of the Vanarama Conference table and Dawson says that the incentive is there for the players.

"Yes it is there for us but that is what playing in these leagues is about, going top and then getting promoted but for now we are just looking forward to tonight.

"We aren't taking to much notice about going top of the table, we are more concerned about getting the three points that are on offer.

Rovers will be searching for their 13th win at the Memorial Stadium this evening and Adam couldn't be happier with the support he has received since joining the club.

"The atmosphere is amazing there as soon as you step out onto the pitch in the last two games that we have played at home and they really are our twelfth man.

"When we are struggling in games to get the ball down and play they really get behind us and push us on and they definitely played a massive part in the game on Saturday.

"The fans are there to watch a good game of football and cheer the team on and they really give us that confidence to push on and get those vital three points.

"Everyone at the club wants to do well for the supporters and that can start with getting the three points tonight.

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