Midfielder still has belief in his side
says that no one in the AFC Wimbledon squad is pressing the panic button after two successive defeats and he believes they have the right mentality to turn it around.Harry Pell
, Pell (pictured above winning the ball in last Saturday’s Northampton defeat) reckons that Wimbledon have good attacking options and they need to transform what they have been working on in training onto the pitch against Accrington Stanley.Dons PlayerSpeaking to Rob Cornell on
and good wingers in the squad. If we go out with the right mentality on Saturday, then I see no reason why we cannot get the three points.Michael Smith“It is not nice to lose two games on the bounce and we have not played to the levels that we are capable of, but there is no panic,” said the towering midfielder. “We have great attacking options and we have been working in training on producing in the final third. We have got
“We want to get back on a winning streak and the main thing is to look at ourselves and what we can do. We still have confidence in our own abilities. I still believe that we have a great squad and that we can beat any side in this division when we are at our best.”
Pell added that Wimbledon’s players owe their loyal following a big performance at the Cherry Red Records Stadium on Saturday.
“I cannot think they have been too impressed with the last two games and to be fair I do not blame them,” said the 21-year-old. “The boys are hurting from those defeats too and we need to get it right on Saturday. If we put into practice what we have been working on in training, then we can get back on track.”
- The full interview with Harry Pell appeared on Dons Player this morning. In the last two days we have also featured two interviews with Neal Ardley and a special feature on the club’s new goalkeeping development centre.
.Neal’s update- If you missed yesterday’s team news on the official website, click on