“It is always good to get back to Milltown, a home from home for most of us and an environment that we all feel very comfortable in.
“Results and performances tend to be more favourable when we are at home and we know that the run in games at Milltown will be key to us staying out of that automatic relegation place.
“We may not have the support some teams boast about but the support we do have we are very grateful for and when at home they can be a noisy bunch if we can just give them something to shout about.
“Everyone involved last week left Dungannon very frustrated.
“There hasn’t been too many weeks this year where we held a two goal advantage and to see that disappear so quickly was very disappointing, however seeing us score four goals from open play was extremely positive.
“The players and staff are refocused now and will continue to drive forward, football can hit you hard at times and last Saturday is a lesson to us all that we still have much more to improve on before the end of the year.
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