Expectations remain high
How things have changed in three months when a home draw with a good and positive Plymouth Argyle is regarded as a disappointment eventhough our league placing improved and sets up Tuesday's home game with Cardiff City nicely.
City boss Chris Coleman was upbeat after the game and relishing the challenge his team is making.
'Why not mention the play-offs? Let go for it and if we win all our games 1-0 I won't care at all.
'If you look at the league table then this is a point gained because we are closer to Cardiif City.
'We are on a good run at the moment but that is in the past, it is all about the next game for us.
'We are under the radar, no-one fancies us and that is fine by me'
There was a buzz around the Ricoh today with around an extra 1000 fans drawn by the continued good form which we hope can transpire on Tuesday night to an attendance of getting near to 20,000.
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