On going a goal down

We didn’t panic and were level again seven minutes later.

We knew that we were fitter than them and that chances would come our way.

They did, and we might have scored four or five goals in the end.

A collective effort

The substitutes played a massive part.

Sometimes people are disappointed when they’re left out but look at the attitude of each of the guys that came on – that’s what has won us the game.

It was about the 15 guys that took part, and not just the 11 that started.

Countering Histon’s threat

Rob Sadler, our goalkeeper coach, went to watch Histon last weekend and gave to us a great report that we’ve used in training during the week.

We knew what we’d be up against with their long throws and high ball and that’s how they scored.

There are some young lads in our side but we repeated a message to them of staying calm and they showed fantastic character to come back and win the game.

On Vics’ travelling support

I can’t not mention it; they were brilliant again from the first whistle.

I tried to do a team-talk at quarter to three and had to stop because of the noise they were making banging a drum in the bar – the players couldn’t hear me.

They were immense in creating an atmosphere and it helped to carry the boys home.