WE host Bury tomorrow, looking to get back to winning ways.

They made a lot of signings quite early on in the summer, but things haven’t really gone to plan for them so far.

They’ve had a few indifferent results but, if you look through their squad, they have some very good players so we’re bracing ourselves for another tough test.

The last couple of matches have been a little bit frustrating for us but we all feel as though we’re on the cusp of something good happening.

Our results haven’t been as good as we would’ve wanted but we’re still only five points below the play-offs and I think it’s going to be one of the seasons where if you can get a run going you’ll make the top six.

That’s certainly still our aim and we all feel as though things will soon be going our way just like they did around this time last season.

On Saturday at Wigan, we went there with what I thought was the right game-plan but maybe we ended up being a little bit too honest in our display.

Everyone was defensively very aware but we ended up being too far away from their goal to threaten at the other end.

Towards the end, we started to sniff an equaliser might be possible but we left ourselves susceptible for the counter-attack, especially as we had 10 men, and we ended up conceding two late goals.

After that came the draw with Peterborough, who I think are a decent side.

We started well and it was nice to see Marco (Marc-Antoine Fortune) get his goal but, unfortunately, we couldn’t get the second goal we needed to kill the game off.

As a team, we aren’t keeping the number of clean sheets we would like at the moment so we needed that second.

Unfortunately, it didn’t happen and we had to settle for a point, but we’re determined to make sure we get all three tomorrow.