Date: 17th October 2013 at 9:53pm
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Midfielder Nicky Adams has said that although he’s pleased to have found the net twice so far this season, he feels should be on five or six already really.

Speaking to the BBC the 27 year old ever present so far this campaign explained that for the last 18 months he has felt like he was on top of his game, and he was loving the faith that Richie Barker has placed in him to go out there, enjoy himself and help create chances – and more often than not he feels he’s doing just that.

‘I thrive on it. Every game I play I try and be dangerous and entertain, although you can’t do that every week. I think I have seen the rewards.’

As for his goal return, having played 53 times last season and scoring on 11 occasions, whilst he’s pleased with his return so far he admits he should be on at worst, double what he currently is, and that’s something he’ll obviously be working on as the rest of the season progresses, as even though a goal return isn’t really his job in the team – creating opportunities for others is what he aims for – obviously the more he can chip in, the more pressure it takes off other players to take their chances, and the more of a goal threat from different departments the club has, the more chance of taking all three points more regularly we have.

The aim for Adams now is to put the disappointment of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy loss to Newport County behind us, and continue to build on and improve our league form that sees us unbeaten in six matches.

Turning a few more of those draws into wins will be the aim as we get back to action.