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ELEVEN GAMES LEFT - ALL TO PLAY FOR!

9 March 2015

Town trio eyeing success despite Saturday set-back

Cameron McGeehan, Alex Lawless and Stephen McNulty believe the Town can turnaround their slump in form and end the season with promotion from League 2.

The trio told Player that the Hatters can still end the season in glory – despite Saturday’s 3-2 defeat to Morecambe their fourth defeat in five matches.

Lawless, who came on as a first half substitute, scored the Hatters’ equaliser and came close to giving the Town the lead, only for his header to hit the post.

“We’re all gutted, it is things like this which make people stronger,” said the Welshman. “We need to turn things around and when we do it will make us stronger for the final 10 games to have the push we need. We’re determined to do this.”

Captain McNulty called for calm and perspective.

He told Player: “We’ve got 11 cup finals left. I think people think we’ve got a God-given right to turn up and win because we’re Luton Town and expect the opposition to roll over because of what the club has done in the past. It doesn’t happen.

“We go again, we need to pull together and we will come out of it. We’re really, really confident that we can push into that top three.”

McGeehan, meanwhile, who scored his first goal in Luton colours since rejoining on-loan from Norwich, said: “We all believe and that’s key – and I’m sure the fans do as well as we’ve got great support.

“We all need to stick together as a football club and we’ll be fine. We’ll push on, and if it’s [promotion] through the Play-Offs, it’s through the Play-Offs…if we can get up through the automatics that would be great as well.”

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