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Ross: belief is the key

4 October 2013

Dons goalkeeper on Northampton test

says that Wimbledon must maintain belief that they can keep fighting at the top end of League 2 this season.Ross Worner 

Wimbledon’s number one has developed a good understanding with a new-look defence this season and that has helped the Dons make an impressive start to 2013/14.

that Wimbledon are prepared for a tough examination tomorrow.Dons PlayerBut they will face a test of their credentials against a Northampton side tomorrow that utilised a direct approach to reach the League 2 play-off final last season. Though the Cobblers are near the bottom this season, Ross told

“The next two games are winnable for us and we just have to go out there with the belief that we can do well,” Ross said. “If we put our minds to it then we can get the wins. If we had won last week we would have been in with a shout of being near the top. We have been training hard this week and we have done a bit on how we expect Northampton to play. We know they are a direct team and it will be a tough test for us on Saturday, but we have got the knowledge and have worked on things so we should be okay.

) on coming for crosses and everything so we have done the right preparation for the game. I am really enjoying the training that we do.”Ashley Bayes“I have been working hard this week with ‘Bayzo’ (

Speaking to Rob Cornell, Ross added that he is relishing playing in front of Wimbledon’s loyal following at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.

“It is great playing in front of big crowds, especially when they are singing your name,” said the former Aldershot goalkeeper. I have really enjoyed my time here so far. It is an absolute pleasure to play behind this back four. I have not had such trust in a back four for a long time and for a goalkeeper that is exactly what you need.”

Dons Player subscribers can watch the full video interview with Ross, along with an update from Neal Ardley. Sammy Moore and Luke Moore also talk about the old days of playing alongside Jon Main after the Wimbledon hero announced his retirement earlier this week.

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