HEREFORD assistant manager Steve Burr said there was more to come from his side after they beat Blyth Spartans 2-0.

After only winning one of their first 10 matches the Bulls have now won their last three matches boosting them up to 14th and five points off the play-off positions.

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Burr said the most important thing was to get the three points against a Blyth side who were reeling from a 4-0 defeat against Kettering Town on Saturday.

“We’re still looking to play better,” said Burr talking to Keith Hall.

“You have got to give Blyth some credit as they got a bit of a pasting on Saturday. It’s always hard playing a team when they’ve just had a hammering.”


It was the Bulls third clean sheet in a row since the introduction of Krystian Pearce into the defensive unit.

“You don’t want to be conceding goals and you want to be scoring goals and at the minute that seems to be coming,” added Burr.

“Me and the gaffer still feel there is a lot more to come from us. The main thing is where we were a few weeks back to where we’ve managed to get ourselves now.

“Winning breeds more confidence in the team and I think you can see that with young Ryan McLean who is starting to flourish.”