Midfielder Harrison Biggins spoke to the local press after scoring two against Bolton Wanderers in Sky Bet League One at Highbury Stadium on Tuesday evening.
Biggins’ brace in two minutes of each other means it’s his third goal in two games as it helped change the games’ dynamic as Fleetwood rode out 3-0 winners in tough conditions in what was a perfect evening for the Cod Army.
Here’s what he had to say:
On the game…
“A lot of things we have been working on came together tonight, sometimes we crumble after scoring first and other teams can probably sense that but tonight, we really dug in which is a credit to Crainz (Crainey) that the lads have shown such character.
“We have shown some good stuff this season, but we did show a soft side in some games but now we have learned it costs us and it’s not us that because we’re a good side who are all capable of winning games.”
On his individual performance…
“I’ve had a good run of games now and I wanted to add goals to my games and now I have done that this week I’m hoping that’s the start of it, it’s a team game though and we all have to build on this positivity.
“Credit to Ged [Garner] for one of my goals, he had great vision but as I said to him in the changing room, he’s helped me out there - all the boys helped each other out tonight because we all knew they’re a good side as we only played them a week ago.”
On the mood around the club…
“Since Crainey has come in everybody’s confidence has shot up, especially my own because it’s been a breath of fresh air and our belief in each other has gone up - in the situation we have been in everyone has had to stand up and be voices in the dressing room and on the pitch and I like to think I’m a character like that.
“It’s a nice feeling having fans chanting my name, I’ve never had that before, we’ve always needed the fans both home and away but as long as they back us up off the pitch we will do our best to repay them on it.”