Jack Cawley has warned AFC Sudbury’s Ryman League Division One North promotion rivals that the best is still yet to come from the Yellows.
The left-back was on target on Monday night as his solitary strike secured a 1-0 win over Wroxham sending Sudbury into the fifth and final play-off berth for the first time this season.
But despite AFC, who were due to travel to Waltham Forest last night before visiting Ware on Saturday (3pm) and hosting Witham Town on Thursday (7.45pm), being on a 15-match unbeaten league run, Cawley believes there is still more to come.
“I still think the best is to come from us because I don’t think we’ve been playing our best football but the signs are looking bright,” he said. “Our form has been very impressive and the spirit is very strong in the changing room, we just have to keep it all going.
“We may not be playing particularly well, but wins are wins and that is all that really matters.
“We are around the play-offs at the moment and that is where the club want to be, to be looking at going up.
“People may be doubting us but I think that is to keep expectations low.”