Date: 14th April 2015 at 12:57pm
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Speaking ahead of the game against Wigan Athletic on Tuesday evening, youngster Aiden O’Brien has called on everyone to stick together for the final five games of the campaign.

With 15 starts to his name for the club, the 21 year old has impressed fans with his efforts in his proper breakthrough season for us, and he has of course worked himself into the first team as a regular of late.

Speaking to the official site O’Brien explained that Wigan could be key to our survival hopes with us seven points from safety.

‘I’m enjoying my football and I’m glad that Chopper has given me a chance; we have a good bond. I hope that I am repaying him by improving, and impressing on the pitch. I’ve scored one goal and want to get another couple before the end of the season.’

O’Brien goes on to say that obviously it’s not about him though, however much on a personal level he’s enjoying this, he knows it’s not good because of where the club find themselves again.

‘But at this stage of the season it’s not about me, it’s about the team, it’s about keeping us up, about us sticking together – the players and the fans. If we can do that, hopefully we can succeed. We know what we have to do as a group of players and if we can play as well as we can, and with our supporters right behind us, we can win the game.’

With Wigan level on points with us, and only a place ahead of us on goal difference, stealing a march on them with the Rotherham decision still to come in and with us having a game in hand on Rotherham and Wigan it could be absolutely vital come the end of the campaign.

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