Midfield ace Harry Pell was pleased to play his part in a ‘professional’ display to secure three points away from home at Chesterfield – but vowed the hard work on the training field would continue to produce results.
Pell was an instrumental figure in midfield as the Robins claimed a first Sky Bet League Two away win since February to climb up to 13th place in the standings.
However, he was adamant the players would be working just as hard this week with Forest Green Rovers and Swindon to visit the LCI Rail Stadium in the coming week.
“It was a good away performance all-round,” said Pell. “Going into the game there were question marks over our away form and we knew we needed to pick up at least one point, and were here for all three.
“Across the board we did a very professional job. Things had clicked on Tuesday, but we have worked exceptionally hard on the training pitch with our game and shape.
“It’s nice to see some results coming our way now. But as a group we can’t get carried away, we need to keep working hard and the gaffer will demand that from us.
Pell was also quick to praise two-goal hero Mo Eisa and all his team-mates adding: “We can’t put too much pressure on him to score all of our goals – but if he gets a chance nine times out of ten he takes it.
“He’s a real level headed lad so I’m really happy for Mo, but more importantly I’m happy for the team because everyone plays their part and deserves praise today.”