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1 March 2016

Iron midfielder Jamie Ness hopes the side can return to winning ways when they travel to take on Walsall on Tuesday night.

Nick Daws’ side have been in great form of late and Ness was hopeful that they could carry on the level of performances into the coming matches.

Ness told The Iron PlayerHD: “It has been enjoyable and we have been playing quite well, obviously the last two have not been as we would have liked, but they could have gone either way.

“Sometimes they just don’t fall your way and we hope to put that right on Tuesday night.

“If you look at the games lately, we’ve not really dropped off or anything like that. It has just been a lack of composure in the final in the final third. We could have had three or four on Saturday, but we just didn’t take our chances.”

They will take on a Walsall side that has enjoyed a great campaign so far and finds themselves in the play-off places.

Walsall are without a win in four though and Ness was looking forward to the challenge and was confident of getting all three points.

He said: “The have started really well and been in the top two for the majority, but we are looking forward to the challenge and hope to prove we can be up there too. We are capable of beating anyone.

“It is just a case of working for each other and putting in the right performance and the results will come. We have watched a few clips of them so we know their threats and also their weaknesses.”

LOOKING FOR A RUN: Midfielder Jamie Ness had played in each of the last nine Iron matches and wants that run to continue until the end of the season.

Ness has firmly established himself as a key part of the starting line-up this season and has also proved to be a real hit with the Iron fans.

The midfielder hopes to keep up his form for the rest of the campaign and is relishing the busy fixture schedule leading to the end of the season.

Ness said: “I want to keep playing now until the end of the season and improving. It is all about being consistent because the lads know we have a good squad and someone will come in and do the job.

“We are all looking forward to the spell of games. It will be difficult on the legs, but we have the squad to deal with it and I think we are capable of doing really well.”

See much more from Nick Daws and Jamie Ness previewing the trip to Walsall on The Iron PlayerHD.

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