Forward Aaron Jarvis is positive about the Iron’s last performance and believes his side can get the right result and start climbing the league table in the match against Bradford City on Saturday.
The 23-year-old reacted to the 1-1 draw against Leyton Orient on Tuesday night, and told iFollow Iron: “I think it’s a great point. Leyton Orient have been on a good run recently and, as a team, it was a good performance and a point that we can build on.
“They did have a few chances, especially in the second half. I think in previous months that might not have gone our way and but I’m glad that as a team we managed to see it out.”
Jarvis was back in the team on Tuesday and said: “Hopefully I’ll stay in the team. I'll always give 110 per cent whether that will be starting or coming off the bench. I’d like to get a bit of consistency going but we’ll see what happens.
“I think we’re looking forward to it as a team and Tuesday night’s game is a good one to build on. We should be going into Saturday's match with good confidence and there’s a good atmosphere around the place at the moment so hopefully we’ll start picking up a few points and climb the table.”
Jarvis gave an insight into what life has been like under new first team manager Keith Hill. He commented: “It’s been brilliant. He’s brought positive energy into the place, he’s got his point across clearly and we know how he wants us to play; I think that suits a lot of us as a team.
"Hopefully, we can start picking up a few points. We need to take the high intensity that we do in training and put it into the game. We also need to defend from the front and press as a team. I think the points will come sooner rather than later.”
The Iron’s next game is at home to Bradford City, who have seven former Iron men in their squad, on Saturday.
He said: “On the day none of that matters. We know (Abo) Eisa and Alex Gilliead from last year. We know what their strengths are. Hopefully we can nullify that and focus on ourselves and the game."