Final three fixtures will allow Shaw to experiment with side

Worksop Town FC (yellow/navy) v Drolysden (red) at Sandy Lane. Result 3-0. Manager Mark Shaw
Worksop Town FC (yellow/navy) v Drolysden (red) at Sandy Lane. Result 3-0. Manager Mark Shaw
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With a play-off place secure, Worksop Town have the luxury of three games to enjoy their football and get healthy for the semi-final.

Boss Mark Shaw said Tuesday’s win at Marine means he can tinker with the team with a view to being completely healthy for the end of season promotion battle.

“Personal goals were to get in the play-offs, minimum, that’s what every manager wants, to be involved in the end of season events,” he said.

“It’s very important to get that under the belt, it takes a bit of pressure off us and allows us to enjoy the last few games, experiment with a few things and make sure players are right.”

“We don’t have enough games to get anywhere near the title race again so we just want to finish as high as we can.”

He was pleased to get the victory, and a rare clean sheet, after what was a tough midweek trip.

“Traffic was a nightmare. I arrived as they just kicked off.”

“Well done to Pete and Steve Shuttleworth and Andy Lake who prepared and made ready the team before the game, with little time to do so.”

“Without their support and understanding as a backroom staff we wouldn’t be as good as we are.”

“The players responded well and they’ve won the game. We’ve got things to work on, but a clean sheet is very important.”