Date: 31st December 2007 at 7:24pm
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ACCRINGTON STANLEY boss John Coleman has told of his delight with midfield dinamo, Andy Procter, who seems to be brimming with confidence at the moment. And it is certainly showing.

Coleman faces a tricky Bradford City challenge at The Fraser Eagle Stadium on New Years day, with out Ian Craney who’s loan deal has expired and has now returned to League One side Swansea City. But it isn’t bothering Coleman.

Although losing Craney will be a big attacking blow, Coleman has heaped praise on Stanley’s match winning midfielder Procter, after Proccy bagged winners in both of Stanley’s last two games against Grimsby and Mansfield respectively.

Procter’s goal against Mansfield came from the spot, with the Blackburn born 24 year old lacking no confidence in looking to step up for the penalties.

‘Andy’s full of confidence at the moment taking spot-kicks.’ Said Stanley gaffer John Coleman.

‘At this moment in time, there’s nobody better.’