After returning from injury and netting the winner against Bristol Rovers, Aiden O'Brien reckons that he and his teammates are fired up and full of self-belief as they look to rid SAFC of League One football…


"We are [confident], but we're also keeping a level head about ourselves. We knew that Bristol Rovers were bottom half of the table and it's easy to think that we should run all over these, but it isn't like that. You know what football's like, especially in League One, and anyone can beat anyone. You have to keep your head right and that's what the manager has been doing to try and keep us level-headed. Yeah we are good enough, but let's not get too far ahead and get the job done then move on to the next one. That's what we've been doing - keeping ourselves really level-headed, grinding out results and making sure we take home the three points."


"We've got such fight, mentality and strong characters in the group - that little blip isn't going to change how good we've been this season. That's shown because now we've gone ten games unbeaten. We're a force to be taken seriously. We've got the fight, we've got the quality. Why not get promoted this year? We're there, we're three points behind with two games in hand on Hull. Ten games to go, who's got more fight? Who's got more hunger in the bellies to take it home?"