Midfielder says the Dons are well equipped this season
believes that the depth of Wimbledon’s attacking options can lift his side to greater heights this season.Harry Pell
.Chris Arthur and Kevin Sainte-LuceThe in-form midfielder’s dynamic second-half display inspired a memorable fightback against Scunthorpe on Saturday, but he was quick to highlight the impact of wingers
got a goal too. He has had quite a few opportunities and I have been the first to tell him that! But I think his first goal could be massive for him and he can start scoring regularly.Michael Smith, Pell said: “It is good to have players that are capable of coming off the bench and changing a game. The substitutes that came on were excellent and they really helped us get the three points. Kevin Sainte-Luce certainly changed the game when he came on. I think the manager wants to protect Chris a bit. Chris has unbelievable talent and he is definitely a player we will see a lot more of. In a similar way to Kevin, he does things in training that are brilliant. I am really glad that Dons PlayerSpeaking to Rob Cornell on
“We are eighth now and I want us to be looking up the table rather than down. We have more than enough talent in the changing room; it is a case of whether we can deliver. The manager will be pulling his hair out if we don’t because he has a lot of faith in us.”
The character of Wimbledon’s players was certainly tested on Saturday when they were 2-0 down at half-time, just a week after a disappointing reverse at Exeter City.
Pell added: “The manager had a go at us and we deserved that, but we came out and rolled our sleeves up in the second-half. At half-time there were a few worried faces around the stadium and certainly in the changing room too. But we responded and I thought all the lads were fantastic in the second-half. It was vitally important that we produced a reaction after Exeter and got three points. We managed to get both and now we can look forward to Saturday.”