Williams: There's More To Come

Randell Williams believes there’s more to come from him and Wanderers as the Whites continue their play-off pursuit.

Williams returned to Wanderers’ starting line-up for the first time in nine games at Burton Albion in mid-week.

The wing-back helped secure a valuable point from a 1-1 draw which keeps Wanderers in the top six going into Saturday’s visit of Shrewsbury Town.

And the January signing is now looking to build on a performance described by boss Ian Evatt as his best yet in a Wanderers’ shirt.

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“I think every player wants to hear they’ve done well in a game,” said Williams.

“I know I’ve got so much more to give. I just need to probably get that run of games for myself.

“But that only comes on the back of good performances, so I’ve just got to go out there and do the best I can. You’ve just got to be ready whenever. You’ve got to apply yourself in training and in games.

“That’s just part of being a football player and the process of being an individual. You’ve just got to be patient sometimes.”

Prior to his appearance at the Pirelli Stadium, Williams’ previous start had coincided with a Wanderers’ home win over Port Vale at the end of February.

The Whites have only played two League One games at home since then but now face a run of three matches in eight days at the University of Bolton Stadium.

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That could determine whether or not Evatt’s men nail down a top-six place or take the fight to the final day at Bristol Rovers.

And Williams is happy with that scenario as he prepares to take on the Shrews and add look to more add points to the tally.

“You’ve got to give every single game as if it’s your last now. The final four. All the boys are ready and up for it and we’re looking forward to it,” added the former Hull City and Exeter wideman.

“I think we’re in a good position. It’s down to us. I don’t think we can rely on other results. We’ve just got to go out there and do our best and get the three points.

“We’ve just got to take it a game at a time. There’s no point in looking to the next and the next and the next. It’s in our own hands and we’ve got to go out there and win football matches.

“We’ve had a good run. Shrewsbury are a good team who will come at us. We’ve just got to stick to our gameplan, play the same as we did on Tuesday night and hopefully just put away the chances.”

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