Buckingham Town leading scorer Kelvin Osei-Addo is in positive mood as the Robins look to push on for promotion in 2018.
On Saturday Huntingdon Town visit the fortress that Manor Fields has become with the last team to take a league win was back in November 2016.
The Robins are fourth in division 1, just two points off second with a game in hand.
The former MK Dons man told Sports Shots:
The team are really set up good at the moment, we didn’t finish 2018 how we wanted and we are not where we wanted to be in the league but overall we have had a great first half of the season and want to push on and we know it is still in our hands and we have more than enough games and points to take.
With nineteen goals in 28 games, Osei-Addo has lead the line in a positive manner for Gary Ollard and David Barron’s side.
My season is going good, I’m happy enjoying my football and that’s the main thing, I haven’t scored as much as I have wanted but like I said there is more than enough games left for me to score a lot more goals. I know I’m not at my best but I know what I have to do and I have so much more to give to the team and take my game to the next level. Our home form has been so important for where we are at the moment no one has come and taken points off us in the league and that has been vital wether it’s a win or draw, we know what we have to do at home and we know what we have to do away from home to get the job done. I think keeping our form at home will be crucial come the end of the season and where we finish.
In closing, the Robins striker added:
As a player speaking for the team I wanna give credit to the management team and the people who work behind the scenes at the club and thank them for what they have done and they deserve so much credit and as players we want to thank them by hopefully getting the club promoted.