Mildenhall: We need to kick on

Scunthorpe goalkeeper Steve Mildenhall is confident Brian Laws can turn the club's season around following their poor start.

Last Updated: 13/11/12 at 13:22

Mildenhall: Not resting on his laurels

Mildenhall: Not resting on his laurels

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Laws recently returned for his third spell in charge at Glanford Park and wasted no time in drafting in Mildenhall on loan from Millwall, with the 33-year-old helping the Iron secure successive away league wins under their new manager.

Scunthorpe, who play high-flying Notts County at home on Saturday, remain in the bottom four with only four wins from their 17 league games and Mildenhall said: "I understood the situation when I joined the club.

"We need to get the lads' confidence back up there and that's important really and at the moment - after the last two games - we don't think we should be in fear of any side.

"If we continue to play and pick up points like we are doing, we'll have a good season after such a slow start."

Mildenhall added on the club's official website: "We need to build on this. We can't rest on our laurels, we need to kick on this week - put a show on for the supporters and get them back in the ground."

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