Date: 24th November 2013 at 1:35pm
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Manager James Beattie has said he feels there is still a lot more to come from the team having watched them sweep away Torquay United yesterday.

A brace from Kal Naismith with a goal in either half brought Accrington back level and then put them ahead on the day and the victory pushes our unbeaten run to seven games now and more than gives us a different perspective on the season now given where we were only a few months back.

Speaking to the press following the game, the gaffer explained that he was delighted with the victory again because the players more than deserved it, and it’s been a pleasure recently to give something back to the fans.

‘Only a small percentage of teams come from behind to win games, and we’ve done it twice. There was a lot of emotion at half time as we had words although there wasn’t a lot wrong with the performance.’

Again the secret for Beattie now is that the players can enjoy it this weekend, but then it’s back to concentrating, not getting carried away and preparing properly for the upcoming game against Fleetwood Town.

With that said though, Beattie admits he feels we still have a few levels or gears to go through yet before we reach the very best that he feels we are capable of, but he’s more than confident that over the coming weeks we will get there.

It’s still very tight down at the bottom of the league, but we are outside of the bottom three and almost have a full game over those immediately below us, but doing the exact opposite of what Beattie warns about, if we can keep this run going a Play Off push is not beyond the realms of possibility given how many points separate those at the top of the table.

Probably too much to ask admittedly this season, but hell, why not have targets when we see where we sit come the end of the festive period.