Matthew Lund has called for supporters to stick with the side ahead of a “tough” run-in for the Iron.
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He told iFollow Iron: “It’s going to be a tough week. We’ve got to start picking some points up and hopefully, we can do that in the next two home games (against Morecambe and Oldham). We need to build some confidence to take us up the league.
“We need to take it a game at a time. If we get the first win on Saturday, it’ll be great for the supporters and the club.
“We just need them to stay with us and get behind everybody. We’ve got to give them something to cheer for, though.”
The midfielder urged the Iron to change the narrative and take their chances early on in games, falling behind after controlling the game in spells against Mansfield Town.
“We started well, we had a couple of chances and maybe should’ve had a penalty. We didn’t get that goal and they scored," he said.
“We didn’t create much in the second half which has been the story of the last few weeks; we didn’t take our chance and it’s come back to hurt us.”
The 28-year-old is hoping the Iron can pick up their first three points against Morecambe at the Sands Venue Stadium on Saturday.
He is also hoping to contribute by adding more goals to his game, like his spectacular strike against Crawley.
He said on his tally: “I could’ve had a few more and frustrating not to. It’s something I need to do more; score more goals and help the team out.”
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