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Fuller: belief is the key

13 September 2013

Experienced full-back on Chesterfield challenge

believes that Wimbledon now have the right mentality to scrap for points away from home after last Saturday’s victory at York City.Barry Fuller 

The Dons face a big test of their credentials at League 2 leaders Chesterfield tomorrow, but experienced right-back Fuller, who helped Gillingham to promotion in 2009, says confidence is growing within Wimbledon’s ranks.

“Whenever you are sitting near the top of the table people will question if you have that ability to roll your sleeves up at certain times,” said Fuller (pictured above). “I think we showed that we could scrap and do what was required at Torquay and York. They were not pretty games, but we got through them and earned the right results.

“It is going to be a big test for us tomorrow because they are top of the league, but we are up there for a reason too. We have got results against good teams so far and we will not be going there just to sit back. We will be having a good go at them to try and get a result. We must go there and play our game in the same way that we have so far this season.”

, who has won rave reviews for his recent displays on the other flank.Jim Fenlon, Fuller also added that he has been keen to pass on his experience to rising 19-year-old full-back Dons PlayerSpeaking to

, he has taken his chance and the manager has rewarded him by keeping him in the side. If he keeps his head down and continues to do his job for AFC Wimbledon, then who knows what the future could hold for him?”Callum Kennedy“Jim has such natural ability and when I first came here I had a good chat with him after training one day,” Fuller added. “I think Jim can have a big future in the game. After coming into the side following an injury to


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