The Hereford midfielder Rob Purdie believes today’s 1-0 win over Biggleswade could prove to be a “massive” victory.
Keyon Reffell’s stoppage time winner ensured the Bulls now lie just one point behind leaders King’s Lynn in the Southern League Premier Division, but Hereford have three games in hand.
“If you get an early goal against teams like Biggleswade, that come with a specific game plan to stifle, it can kill them off. But we didn’t today and it is something we need to work on.
“Maybe we need to push on earlier and get more bodies in the box, but we know that, and we will try to ensure we’re fully equipped to deal with teams that come and play like this”.
“I fancy us to have a cushion lead at the top by the end of February, early March. But we need to make sure we don’t rely on late goals every time!”
Interview courtesy of Keith Hall, BBC Hereford & Worcester.