Winger Ryan Colclough believes the Iron are taking a step in the right direction following back-to-back wins for the first time this season.
Stuart McCall’s team take on Burton Albion this Saturday and the 23-year-old will be looking to start his fourth league game in a row after helping United rise to 11th in the table.
Speaking to iFollow Iron, Colclough said: “Back-to-back wins is a great stride for us, so we are really happy as a squad with that.
“It is still early but we are definitely going in the right direction.
“We battled really well and saw the game out well last week. We showed a real togetherness and came through the game really strong.”
However, Colclough still feels that there is more to come from him personally.
He said: “I feel good, but I could still be fitter and stronger. That is something I will work on.
“In every game that I start and the more minutes I play, I will be getting fitter and stronger.”
Burton stand in the Iron’s way this weekend and Colclough knows that it will be a difficult matchup.
“They came down last year so it will be a tough game, but I am sure we will be ready for the test,” said the midfielder.
He added: “Training has been good and we have worked on a few things. We set up to win games and that is what we have worked on this week.”
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