After getting on the scoresheet for Cheltenham Town for a fifth time in just his eighth appearance for the club, Alfie May has backed the Robins attacking threat and winning mentality following a last gasp win over Leyton Orient.
The front man scored the first in a 2-1 win over Orient as Reuben Reid struck with a diving header on 88 minutes to seal three points.
On a special day which saw the Robins don an all-white kit for the first time in over half a century as part of raising awareness of the club's charity partnership with The Hollie Gazzard Trust, the late goal was deserved for the second half dominance enjoyed in a match played in difficult conditions.
"We create so many chances so it doesn't matter if it's the first minute or the 95th minute," May said.
"It's a great header from Reubs, a great ball in as well, and that just shows you the winning mentality that we have here.
"We never give up till that whistle blows and you can see the celebrations in the net - how much it means and obviously we're up there now and we want to keep performing well and push for promotion."
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Next up for Cheltenham is a home clash with Mansfield on Saturday at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.
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